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... and our skilled pilot was able to dip the balloon with precision close to the valley walls and almost touching trees below! It was pretty amazing and even better since it was both of our first times in a hot air balloon. After about an hour in the sky we finally landed and had the opportunity to visit the underground city about 100km away. We didn't quite know what it was all about but when we started descending down below the surface it pretty wild. These caves served as ...
... with some others, but don't know yet. There are teachers that are staying here as well, so if I decided to stay, I wouldn't be alone. I'll know in a day or two.
I'm posting video of my ride to school on the bus - it is crazy! As said before, drivers use their horns instead of blinkers and jockey for position on the freeways. Quite an adventure. Our driver is very good and our ride quite smooth, but a lot of honking ensues! Other than that, life in Cairo ...
... trying to dodge the traffic and people wheeling carts covered in rolls of carpet.
I found the park no problem but trying to find the entrance took a while. The road network is a bit of a mess along there and I ended up walking through bits of a car park I don't think I should have been in, past a couple of hypodermic needles on the ground and along a stretch of highway just to get inside the damn park.
What's inside is a stark contrast to the busy streets back outside ...
... had organised for us to have a group meeting at 7pm to go over the itinerary and minutia of the trip, so we headed down to the lobby, and met up with the rest of the tour group:
Laila and Isabel, two Kiwi friends who were making their way towards London via Southeast Asia, Egypt, Jordan and Turkey;
Emily, who had been living in London for a while and was on the way home to Australia;
Mel, another Aussie who had been touring Africa ...