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Travel Blogs from Cairo
Well! Hi everyone! :) I actually made it!!!
It's crazy here. Well, not crazy in a bad way, just crazy in the sense that I can't believe I'm her! It's pretty freakin hot and we're wearing long sleeved shirts (very traditional Islamic city), the traffic is NUTS, it's very reminiscent of Malaysia or Vietnam in the way the city looks and the …
For as long as I can remember I have been wanting to see the pyramids of Giza. After reading about people's disappointments I had lowered my expectations quite a bit. We skipped the expensive private tour the hotel offered and negotiated with a taxi driver to take us to Giza for less than 2 USD. Most of the cabs here are old and beat up and there …
Landing in cairo all i saw through the dust was desert and yellowish buildings. As we touched down all the men broke out their cell phones and some impatiently tried getting up to get their carry on bags while the plane was still taxing and one italian stewardess kept on reprimanding each of them and laughter broke out. I really wish I hadn't …
Sustained and Damaged
Arriving in Cairo, I quickly came to realize that this part of my …
Well, we made it out of Moscow after a mammoth effort - 25 hours of stress, discomfort and just plain bad moods! The vinyl chairs were not in the least accommodating and nor was the excessive fluorescent lighting, but we made it and our flight was fairly smooth. Landing into Cairo was so pleasant after so much snow! As soon as we …