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... Peter with Aya, Emma with Sara, and Olivia with Salma. We competed in a small cook off to see which team could prepare the better dish. We each gathered all our ingredients and prepared the meal in the kitchen. The dish consisted of marinating Kebab, Kofta, Veal Cutlets or Lamb Chops then grilling all them together with fresh grilled vegetables and halaby bread (Studio Masr, 2014). After two hours of preparation, it was time to taste and decide which team ...
... on the private pathway of the Hotel.
Breakfast Buffet then a visit to the Citadel and the Mosque of Mohammad, also called the Alabaster Mosque. Amr always advised us when cameras could be used.
When necessary left our cameras and personal items on the motor-coach safely. Cameras were not allowed in the Egyptian Museum. The Citadel provided a beautiful view of the city high atop a hill. The highlight of the ...
... a mess, we almost got into a fender bender on the way to the hotel. Egyptian drivers horn more often than Chinese drivers, so the roads are always noisy. Walking around is also a mess, fellow pedestrians can't seem to avoid colliding into one another, and you often end up walking on the road, so you have to watch out for traffic. For some reason, there's often a siren blaring in the background too. After I got to the hostel, I made some friends ...
... KFC with the pyramids in the background just because its so crazy, then we jumped back in the van and went to a real papyrus factory. We got a demonstration about how they make the paper from the papyrus plant, and how they still use the same methods as the ancient Egyptians did, then we got some hibiscus tea and were left to wander around the room looking at all the different paintings. They were amazing! At one point, they turned all the lights off and we got to see some ...
... bin Qala'oun in 1256 AD as a mosque for all sects. It was designed so that each of the four main Sunni sects (Shafite, Malikite, Hanefte and Hanbalite) has its own school while sharing the mosque.
We check our shoes outside and proceed into the mosque. We are allowed to take as many pictures as we like. While in the mosque listening to Hala detail its history, several groups of Egyptian students arrive. The students are ...