Nubian Hostel

Address: 4 Elwy Street, Cairo, Egypt | Hostel
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      A travel blog entry by melrobertson on Sep 03, 2014

      ... dehydrated and we left him with a doctor from his boat. After those scenes we headed to the crocodile museum that has a lot of mummified crocodiles. It was only being built when I was there last time so it was great to be able to see the finished product and it was pretty cool. We headed back to the boat, which set sail again not long after everyone was back and had dinner before having a bit of an Egyptian night with dancing and games. We had a bit of an early start again for our ...

      Crossing the Sea

      A travel blog entry by kim.orlesky on Aug 20, 2014

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      ... airline. I had to line up in a couple of different lines before getting my boarding pass. Thankfully I was there with plenty of time to spare. After going through security I sat down to have a lunchtime beer. I started chatting with a couple of ladies from Toronto that just finished a Greek Islands Contiki tour. I chatted with a couple more people on the plane about the airline food. I was really feeling on ...


      A travel blog entry by jennifersarah on May 06, 2014

      62 photos

      ... if I shared all the history and building skills I learned and you would be bored I am sure. We saw many temples, museums, mummies, and tombs. Buildings, carvings, paintings, and stuff that I just can't grasp how old it is. It was cool to see in Luxor all the sphinxes that they are restoring to reopen the road between Luxor and Karnak temples (the whole road is lined with sphinxes!) and if my memory is right it is about 2 kilometres long. It was also unreal to see the mummy and ...

      Weddings and the crash

      A travel blog entry by immyinegypt on Sep 16, 2013

      ... more traditional street wedding party. Nowadays in the city, it seems the working class hold the key to this kind of authentic celebration.

      I've observed something else, now, enough times to confirm my fears; a scary contrast between guys and girls' conduct in the parties I've been to. Without fail, at each wedding the men have piled onto the dance floor with great aplomb, leaping up and down, clapping and spinning around (disconcertingly flexible in the ...

      Just like Canada Dry

      A travel blog entry by kendrasworld on Jun 19, 2013

      2 comments, 12 photos

      ... of Giza were mainly small farmers who owned maybe an acre of land and had crops growing in any plot they could find. There were many carts pulled by donkeys heaped high with alfalfa and women leading cows and water buffaloes. The countryside was beautiful and green - except for the canal we drove alongside. Heaps of trash lined the edges and floated in the canal. I understood now why I woke up every morning thinking it smelled like smoke ...