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... military in sight.
Then we had our first week of school. Since the curfew was still in effect we had a late start. Our bus drivers sometimes travel an hour to get to their bus, so the route has to take that into account. Teachers in my part of Maadi are picked up between 7:30 and 7:45 am. It can take 30 - 40 minutes to get to school. Students are expected by 9am. Many kids also ride buses, but as many have personal drivers take them to school. During the ...
... and equipment.
In many temples and tombs we saw the symbol of ankh that means life and illustrates two things: The divine chemical count is that 1+1=3, meaning man, woman and child. life and represents man woman and child, and Egypt - delta, Nile, east and west banks.
The crown of Lower Egypt looks like a bucket. The crown of Upper Egypt looks like a champagne bottle.
We learned that heiroglyphics are written in the direction it should be read. ...
... plate of pasta and lentils and crispy onions and an array of sauce —perfect travel food. Since the revolution tourism has been down across Egypt, but we have still been really surprised by the lack of Western tourists. We are the only people staying at our hotel and even the pyramids felt almost deserted. It makes for short lines and it has driven the prices down, so we’re loving it.
On our second day in Cairo we spent the morning walking around the ...
... clock I must be
in another area of the city having successfully found Lucie’s institute ready
to teach, I decide to speed up the wait by tracking down the elusive rock star
(who it now transpires has no credit and no car) somewhere in the underground
network of the metro. After much weaving of crowds, and going to and fro
through the ticket machines in various directions in various stations, we meet.
It’s 2.20pm. Mando takes the reins, ...