Caroline Crillon Hotel
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... up before she was actually on it. We were all laughing like kids taking pictures and videos as our camels were led by Mohamed through the desert.
We also went to the Egyptian Museum where picture taking was actually prohibited. After thinking we got away with a shot a person would come up and have us erase it off our phone. Brianna was extremely proud of herself for remembering her 'recently deleted' folder. ...
... his time. Just not the big note. I should have negotiated. But to be honest, I ended up just chucking a note at him to go away. At least I had the good sense to refuse him when he asked for more. In hindsight I think he pocketed about half the donation money as well.
I'm not really concerned about the money. To me it's of small value and well within budget, though he probably did pretty well out of me today. I'm just annoyed with myself for getting in that situation ...
... taken them a month. One of the girls, Emily (from South Africa) who did the drive, said 'It's a long way'... -she will be leaving in a few days time and re-meeting us again in Nairobi to carry on down to Cape Town.
Other gossip is that one lad is still waiting for his bike to arrive - Doug Pearson from St Louis, Missouri, USA - he arrived in Cairo but his bike is still in Dubai I think. Also, Mikal Nilsen, another lad from Norway is feeling very ...
... still holds services but is open to the public as a tourist site to raise funds and raise awareness. The courtyard is beautiful and holds a fountain for the faithful to wash up for their absolution. Inside there are 4 large domes beautifully decorated surrounding the main dome and 4 smaller domes in the corners. The large dome is 52 meters high and 21 meters across. The walls are tiled with alabaster partway as well as the forecourt. There is a ...
... lunch it was back again to the hanging church and finally we could get in.The hanging church is so called as it is built on a wooden floor resting atop the ruins of an old Roman fortified tower. Inside the church they have installed glass panels where you can see both the original floor and also the 3 story drop below. Why the church was built here is unsure but it is very interesting none the less.The church also contains some fantastic stained glass and apparently the ...