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... It was also comforting to see that the Egyptian government, though pretty much entirely muslim, protects christianity here. A shiite muslim from Iran however is most definitely not welcome across their boarders (a few small tour groups have recently been allowed) - the reasoning was more about not wanting them trying to covert people and less about fearing them, or so it was explained to us. My last comment on the subject was ...
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... straight towards our bus. Many people sitting on a small patch of grass, practically in the middle of a busy crowded intersection. I assumed they must have been homeless and asked our guide Kiri who explained - "no, they are just families enjoying dinner together on the grass". That's sad, that this is literally all the grass they can find?! I am once again reminded of what we have at home.
It was great to climb into bed after a long and tiring day.
... much from it, I made me appreciate family holidays! Ah the ease and simplicity of it; no need to worry about budgets or transport, no need to worry about plans or accommodation. So, unfortunately going again to the Egyptian Museum and the Pyramids had lost their charm for me but still glad I did them. The Old City of Cairo conjured up images of Arabian Nights with Arab stalls selling fish in the sun and flies competing for the prime spots before ...
... for his children and his friends and his country as a whole. Many Egyptians still think that since their life is comfortable and the current government is okay, but more and more are beginning to question this. He told us about how people march in protest daily here, sometimes sacrificing their own lives, and how one day will come where the protests reinstall a democracy and that that day is inevitable. It is hard to really capture all ...