Al Nabila Cairo Hotel
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... to traverse the road. The pollution, both noise and gasses, is nauseating and disorientating. It's really quite sad that from my experience in Cairo, the people who don't want to be your friend want your money but even those who do want to be your friend, they still want your money. There is no such thing as free advice, let alone a free lunch. I got hustled by a elderly man who must have been in his mid 70s which really destroyed any trust I had ...
... we felt this would not have been too great a challenge on our own and felt a little smothered however we were able to recognise the Egyptian people seem traumatised by the loss of the tourism since 2011and desperate to satisfy. Our tour agent insisted on blow by blow detail on all our activities over the two days we engaged their service and scrutinised us for feedback about how they may improve. To me this desperation was palpable and quite ...
Reflection: "I am like everyone else- I see the world in terms of what I would like to see happen, not what actually does" (pg. 34) Do you agree? Me: Yes, I always try and see the best in a situation but get the worst out of it. I expect things to be better then they turn out to be and my expectations are always too ...
... the montage comes to an end, I swallow the need to catch someone's eye knowingly. In truth, there would be no-one's eye to catch: along with the dry ice and the matching orange outfit, the montage was 'beautiful'. That kind of expression is what this culture knows and likes, and I'm sure they're a lot happier for it. Maybe the yawning void I feel in the Egyptian language to express 'cheesiness' is just a yawning void in my cold British heart. Shame on me.
... them what was happening with that flight. She looked at me like I was an idiot and said, "It's leaving at 6:15pm". "OK", I replied, "because it says 5:15pm up there" pointing to the monitor. "No, it's 6:15pm" she reiterated while flat-out denying that the display monitor behind her head contradicted her every word. It was like a comedy sketch out of Family Guy or something. Sometimes, you lose.
When I eventually got on the plane I thought I'd have an empty seat next to me, ...