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... street art. That's about the limit of my energy at the moment. Today I had a few hours to kill in Athens before my flight, so I checked out the Benaki Museum. Although I haven't really been in a museum mood as of late, this was both a more varied collection than your standard archeological fare, and free entry on Thursdays. I couldn't complain. While it did contain the usual collection of dusty vases, pots and figurines - which ...
... however has come as the sandy tracks that the tour used to traverse in the Nubian Desert, have been replaced by smooth Chinese funded tarmac. This section ends with a convoy ride into the Sudanese capital city of Khartoum, which sits at the confluence of the Blue and White Nile rivers. After the heat and dust of the desert, Khartoum seems to be part oasis and part mirage.
The “Pharaoh’s Delight” is for those who want to ...
... his own money for two flat breads for me.
Spent this afternoon catching up on the blog, my emails etc. Sorry to hear my Uncle has been in hospital but back home again now. Roger has had a bad cold, lost his voice etc. Mum feeling much better after a nasty long winded cough etc, so all seems well at the moment. Time to go and have something to eat - don't feel very hungry though but will be good to catch up with everyone.
... lunch it was back again to the hanging church and finally we could get in.The hanging church is so called as it is built on a wooden floor resting atop the ruins of an old Roman fortified tower. Inside the church they have installed glass panels where you can see both the original floor and also the 3 story drop below. Why the church was built here is unsure but it is very interesting none the less.The church also contains some fantastic stained glass and apparently the ...
The Good: Little Tourism = sites empty, dry heat, friendly people
The Bad: Little Tourism = desperate hawkers, female disrespect, service
- it's safe - everything you read in the news is localized to specific areas which are avoidable
- bring small bills to tip/buy souvenirs - the people who work in tourism are hard off
- if you want to do a camel ride, do it at giza pyramids
- expect traffic jams
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