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... the Great Pyramid, the last survivor of the Seven Wonders of the World. Yep it's big. Had lots of facts and figures thrown at us about its age and height and builder and architect and discoverer, but really you only need to remember two things - it's big and it's old.
You hear the words that the Great Pyramid was built about 2600 BC and nod wisely, but standing there I realised that this was 1000 years before Moses was born. For ...
... never before experienced such sensation of shock in the face of luxury as when we enter that buffet hall. Table after table of enormous, lavish dishes stretch away before us, with mountains of sculpted fruit flowing from every surface to fill the room with every colour. I'm overwhelmed by the bizarre urge to cry, perhaps at the excess, perhaps joy... mainly shock. Butlers serve everyone unreservedly from every platter, and then the guests are left to dive into an abundance ...
... empty seat. Sometimes the flights are on time, others I stare disbelievingly at the monitor wondering what they're actually doing on the plane that we've been looking at stationary through the departure lounge window for the last three hours.
The flight from Kilimanjaro was supposed to leave at 5:15pm. It said so on my itinerary. It said so on my ticket. And the display monitor confirmed it. But 5:15pm came and went with not even a plane in sight. A member of staff walked past and ...
... of the globe. We swerve to avoid an elderly gent in a traditional 'galabiya' robe pulling his cart across the street as our driver continues his lecture in thick Mansoura accent. Oxford… how surreal.
At the bus station, we clamber aboard a creaky coach and are soon heading out of the centre towards the limits of the city as the darks lifts and the buildings and streets begin to glow that early morning cold blue. The coach makes its final stop before we ...