Caroline Crillon Hotel
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"Have you ever been brought to silence by the power of nature?" Yes! Once when I was at a Lake Shrine Temple Sunday service, they showed a video of the development of a fetus, and how it transforms to a baby. I was awestruck and just burst into tears. It was the most beautiful thing I've ever watched, and it was so incredible to think that that's how ALL of us formed. It blew me away. There wasn't ...
... of the room actually seemed quite neat and modern considering its about 5000 years old! We weren't allowed to take our cameras inside, but Sophie got a few sneaky shots on her phone of us inside the tomb being mummies, because there were no guards inside the room. When we were done we crouched our way back through the corridors and went outside again. We had some time to explore so walked along one side of the pyramid and got some more photos, including some very cool ...
Sinai, February 2013
And so I find myself, head sticking out the window of the minibus, gawping at the bay of the Red Sea stretching out before us. We track our way round the perimeter hugging the shoreline, hemmed in by cliffs from behind. I'm happily surveying the scene, realizing this is a sea I've read ancient stories about calmly lapping the Egyptian shores before my eyes, when my companion leans over. Pointing in succession along the range of mountains the opposite ...
With no time in between, we departed the train station in Cairo and boarded the bus to Giza, destination: Pyramids. Thankfully the Pharoahs smiled down on us and we were thrilled to see the day was shaping up to be clear and sunny. Being in the middle of the desert, there is always a fine dust in the air but it was nothing compared to the sand storm last time. We explored the Pyramids up close: the Pyramid of Khufu (The Great Pyramid of ...
... fine haze of orange filling the air. We gorge breakfast and jump in the van to give it a shot at the pyramids anyway. It’s Friday, the Muslim worlds ‘day off’ so the roads are vacant, an absolute blessing given the conditions and Cairos typical traffic grind.
Everything is covered in dust, even the prolific date palms that do their very best to break up the monotonous camel colours of everything in Cairo, the buildings, the mosques, the roads ...