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... with Mohammad to very increased security. There was a long , long queue and Mohammed was obviously surprised by the arrangements and didn't seem to know what to do. He tried to get us through but we had to wait while we all went through one security gate. Evidently there are several gates open usually but because of threats of protests the arrangements alter. We eventually got there with time to spare and are now in Dubai...what a ...
... In addition, there were hot natural thermals running underground which would rise to the surface and cascade over the deposits down the mountain. The sun that day gleamed down on the white calcium and made it feel as if we were atop a snowy peak. Upon entry there are only two ways to reach the top, walk around the long way on a gravel path or remove our shoes and walk up the 45 degree hill overtop the calcium and shallow water. We decided to take the long way up and save ...
... Principals and all the other new teachers. There are about 30 of us. We learned that all in all, there are about 1600 students and 700 staff among the four schools at this campus - Early Childhood, Elementary, Middle and High Schools. Each school has a Principal and two Assistant Principals. There is one Tech Center with 120 computers, 6 Computer Labs and additional lap top labs or Computers on Wheels (CoWS). There are three basic rules at the campus; I ...
... an old car discovered in a barn, with worn paint, dents, cob webs and faded receipts in the glove box, it's current state hints at a downfall and desecration, but the story it's telling shouts so much louder without even trying.
Before we got into the many Pyramids at Giza we were taken to an office of a guy selling camel tours. For the record our driver didn't do this because it's his mates place or whatever, he did it because he wanted us to have the choice but also made it ...
... who were also waiting for the train. We got stared at a lot in Egypt, either because we were (obviously) tourists, or maybe because of the girls, who were dressed in a very non-Egyptian way. I found the staring odd and slightly unsettling, so I can't imagine what it was like for the girls! We finally boarded the train, and, though Will had warned us it might have been a bit of a rush, it went relatively alright. No elbows needed to be thrown either! A couple of the ...