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... than in a Thailand or in Istanbul's markets, there was a desperation felt, which loosened up your wallet. Some attuned touts were cognizant that Egypt's reputation was damaged and they needed the few visitors to spread word that visiting is indeed safe and would prioritize their conversations on this fact, rather than trying to make a buck. And yes, Cairo was safe as we never felt any worry.
We did the typical cycle starting with the earliest ...
... at our hotel (and the hotels on this trip were amazing – 5-star properties with all the amenities, we felt like royalty, this is what On The Go is known for), sipping cocktails, smoking shisha (one of my favorite aspects of the culture) and listening to music. Another highlight was sailing down the Nile on a felucca, which was manned by a Nubian crew. They even set up a bonfire for us on one of the nights, playing music as we danced around the fire. Talk about a bit of ...
... visa. When I flatly said NO, he then changed it to all American visas were $70, ignoring my explanation that they were not and that I talked to the Ethiopian embassy, and had an email from them, confirming the visa prices. His response was "No, you give me $70." We'll, after hearing my Sudanese transit visa was almost as expensive as flying to Ethiopia, where I can get my visa on arrival at the airport, I, politely of course, told him no thanks and grabbed my money and ...
Sitting in Cairo Airport having just finished a fantastic tour of Cairo and Luxor. This post is a little out of order but we had a bit of a hiccup here. We arrived on schedule last Tuesday June 25th. Our luggage arrived Saturday June 29th! It had a holiday in Malta while we had ours in Egypt.
So, all of our chargers were in our luggage and consequently was not ...
... He was off to another dig in May with a couple of uni professors to continue what is obviously a passion. Mohammed works as a guide, because the cost of living was relatively high, when government workers' wages were so low, around $75-$150 per month.
After a visit to a perfumery, Mohammad kept threatening to give Keith some true Egyption Pharo perfume - nicknamed ancient viagara - and to then drop me off at a different hotel?!