Mesho Inn Hostel

Address: 43 Shrif St., Cairo, Egypt | Hostel
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This hostel, located on 43 Shrif St., Cairo, is near Mastaba of Kagemni, Mosque-Madrassa of al Ghouri, Railway Museum, and Palace of Emir Bishtak.
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A travel blog entry by amandane on May 28, 2014

2 comments, 10 photos

... this mess. Back at the hotel, we were trying to arrange some wifi to check our emails before calling Dubai. Having not received any correspondence, with receipt for payment in hand, I picked up the phone. Luckily, the person on the other end spoke English pretty well and, by the end of the heated conversation, they had worked out that the Egyptian tour company's bank had rejected the payment. The money was in Dubai and they wanted me to come in and collect it. "You ...

Summary #11

A travel blog entry by jademona on Mar 27, 2014

1 photo

Santiago left the next morning, after saying goodbye to Fatima. The alchemist and Santiago rode through the desert, talking little. Santiago told the alchemist that he was expecting to be taught something by him, and he responded that he had to learn through action. There was now only one more thing he had to learn. "What do I need to know?" Santiago asked and the alchemist drew a picture in the ...

Egypt Part 1: Cairo, Aswan, and Abu Simbel

A travel blog entry by jonnystravels on Dec 17, 2013

153 photos

... or sits inside the museum. Tough it's extremely bad for the the Egyptian economy and the people working in tourism, as a tourist it's a great time in Egypt right now. Other than me and Jacob, I so one European family, about 3 tourists from Asia, and everyone else were Egyptian sight seers. This would be the same pattern at all the other tourist sights as well. After the pyramids, we gave Hosny a small tip (he didn't charge us anything) and he invited us to his house for ...

"Egypt is the gift of the Nile"- Herodotus

A travel blog entry by theresabill on Jun 03, 2013

1 comment, 7 photos

... removed when he died, except the heart. It was a belief in the afterlife that the Pharaoh's heart would be weighed. If it was light (not weighed down with sins), that meant he had lived a good life and would go on to the afterlife.

We were then able to walk near the Sphinx and take photos. That was the largest crowd we saw all day, 20 or so people… Again, this is so wrong!

Then we rejoined Omar and Makmood and drove to the New Merit Papyrus ...


A travel blog entry by rnb2013 on Apr 06, 2013

1 comment, 93 photos

... In the evening we met our travel talk group of 26 Aussies 4 kiwis and 2 Americans and got a run down of the itinerary before heading out for a Nile Dinner with traditional belly dancing and Egyptian flag twirling. I met a guy I went to uni with who was in another group on the diner boat. Very small world. Sunday morning was the first official day of the tour and we woke and headed to the pyramids of Giza built on the West Bank of the Nile. They are built here because the ...