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... also they sell a cd to raise money to help finance the museum. I could have spent days roaming the halls of this museum but alas there is so much on our agenda. Definitely a place I wish to revisit. They are currently constructing a new museum building closer to the Giza Pyramids which will be more modern and bigger to better house the collections.
We also took a walk through the old Cairo bazaar but aside from the delicious sugar cane juice I ...
... far fewer accidents than in North America). 5) Sequoia restaurant, one of Cairo's best and where the elite go to meet. Beautiful food and shisha.
My time in Egypt, and in the company of such wonderful guides and crew (who have since become friends) has deeply affected me in all the right ways and is an experience from which I'll draw inspiration and warm feelings for the rest of my life. My wish is for everyone to take it upon themselves to get out there and experience the ...
... and the boy and threw them in camp saying that they were spies. The Alchemist threw the chieftain Santiago's bag of gold and told him that Santiago would turn himself into the wind, and if he couldn't they would give themselves up to them to be killed. So the chieftain agreed and gave them three days. Santiago had no idea how to do it, but on the third day, when he was presenting to them, he spoke to the desert. He asked the desert ...
... 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.