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... stares from people (white, blonde/purple hair - go figure) but it felt safe and fine to be there. A few times, we had to turn around, but that was ok. Black tea and mint, yum! The dinner, was tasty! lentils, chickpeas, pasta fried onions and a tomato sauce. So filling and 3 Egyptian Pounds. But the second late night is catching up to me. Today was meeting at 10 to head to the Pyramids, well it was 10.30 before we got going. 2 turned into 5 to 6 and then to 8. A few ...
... rioting however it fared a lot better than the leadership parties’ offices which still sit as an empty burnt out shell. The military presence in the square is very prevalent with tanks, guns and armed personal stationed around it as well as barbed wire hoardings ominously waiting to be put into use.Our main reason for heading to the square however was not to see this but to actually see the graffiti and artwork that is painted about the square. Everything from ...
... we were on the cruise we had full buffets for breakfast, lunch and dinner. After dinner we headed to the bar to watch the whirling man and a belly dancer perform. Once they had we all headed back to bed. We weren't very exciting after our late night and early morning but most of the others were in the same boat and had just napped as well. The next day we spent the morning just relaxing in the aircon or up on the sun deck. After lunch at 1pm we started cruising down the Nile. ...
... did not seem to be enough. Men would stare me down and sometimes just direct their eyes straight to my boobs with a creepy-like smile. I felt very uncomfortable as if on display in a meat market. As one of the new friends I made in Cairo would later put in words that failed me, I felt like “a walking vagina”. Turns out the feeling of being on display was a common experience for most expat women in Cairo. Some have tried to ...
... it never got violent. When you ignore them and keep walking you then either are called a ******** or ****er, of they no the English, or what I'm assuming is an equivalent curse in Arabic. Tourism has taken a hit, that's for sure though. Several hotels were closed, no travel agencies were open, and I couldn't find any tours going to the sights I wanted to see (reasonable priced anyways), as "there are not enough tourists." As one Egyptian shop winter put it: "The only tourists ...