Cairo Khan Suites Hotel
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... I hope everyone appreciates them, they may not be the best I have taken, but considering how much security there was I think I did well
After that we saw Tahir square where the revolution kicked off, it didn’t look very imposing or important, there was a roundabout with a flag pole, so I guess something was important in the area
After that we went in search of Mohammed Ali mosque (we never did find it), ...
... happy to get started on this next phase of the journey. Ms Kalli did not disappoint Katelynn, being a dancer herself AND from Kingston! It was amazing to watch all the students find their teacher and then move along to different staircases in school searching for their new classroom. 800 students! It was crazy. There are no bells in the school. Yep no bells. So we all set our phones, watches fitbits...whatever, to the time that is announced each ...
... and eventually make our way to the Pyramids.
The Pyramids! They are enormous, so much bigger than I had ever imagined. We were able to quickly admire the first pyramid before boarding the bus and making our way up to a high point where you get an excellent view out over all three main pyramids. It was amazing to see them there, dotted against the desert sand with the jumble of Cairo as a backdrop. Avoiding the camel droppings and the constant touting by vendors, it was one ...
... we arrived at camp....****** to say the least. Poop every where and the wind was horrible! We took turns helping with tents, but sand in everything! Not the best night. Temperature drops rapidly when the sun goes down, I have rarely been so cold. Sleep needless to say was not so good. Just got warm, oh, no! I have to pee....outside, in the wind, the rain and the police. Poor AWOL, so covered in dust. But day one done, and tomorrow is the long day at ...
... Pyramids! Again its not hard to see why they are one of the Wonders of the Ancient world. We left early from the hotel to try and beat the heat. Even though we were there at 9:30am it was already about 35 degrees. When we got there it was such a shock to me! There was hardly any venders or even tourists there. The last time I was there I was fighting with venders to leave me alone cause there was so many and every shot I took had someone in the background. Sim decided not to head ...