Baron Hotel Heliopolis Cairo
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... 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 ...
... Moevenpick as they arrived on the 28th December and not moving over to here until another few days, I arranged with as many people as possible that we would be eating in the hotel restaurant at 7pm. Then spent the next few hours, along with first Ben and then David, putting my bike together. Well to be fare, David did most of it, Ben a little and me virtually nothing. Many thanks to them both though. Went out for a ride around the hotel grounds in the dark and all ...
... in cash, to the owner once we arrived in Luxor and that was that. We were on a tight time frame on this trip. We were due to fly down to Aswan the next morning, board our 3 night nile cruise, fly back to Cairo for 2 nights before departing to London. With all of the flights already booked, there was no leeway in there to press pause while we rectified this issue. Slight panic set in. Where was our money?! Was it still in Dubai? Had the travel company received it ...
... and dozens on docks for the famed boat and fellucca cruises down the Nile. Perhaps the most fun is the restaurants and cafés that dot the corniche and are right on the Nile. We headed to. The grande café on the Nile… Lena had been there once and really liked it and so we thought it'd be good to be low key that night and just chill at the café reading or writing in my case. We stopped a Taxi (preferred and probably safest mode of transportation for visitors in ...
... to battle through and see everything the Palace had to offer. Due to the sub-zero temperatures that brought snow and slush all day, we were ready to leave and decided to book a bus and leave that night for a smaller, warmer and more coastal town called Selcuk. Although before we left, we finalized our New Year’s Eve plans by booking accommodation in Goa, India to celebrate the end of 2013 on a beach!!! More expensive than anticipated, although we made an executive decision ...