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... things like tissues or other little bits and pieces in the streets. Sometimes people will put their hand out for money. Mike and I went for a walk early one morning and it was really quiet with very few people around but a man approached us and he looked like he had leprosy or some terrible skin disease. These people have no supports or services really and no real chance to make an income, so it doesn't hurt to give a few Egyptian ...
... and still no joy. Can see that this blog will be in fits and starts as and when can manage to get wifi so that I can upload my diary entries and photos to the blog. For some reason I still can’t get my emails on the tablet (but can get Facebook), and can’t get anything at all on my laptop - from the hotel Wifi - incredibly slow though as so many riders trying to use it at the same time.
Just had a knock on the door - someone from the hotel asking if ...
... 690 although little of the original building remains after many renovations and rebuilding's.. It is built above a Roman fortress and suspended on 2 old towers hence the name. There are 7 alters in the church and we took a private moment to light a candle in honor of Jeff's Grandfather Joe who passed away in 2013. The church has over 100 icons some date back to the 8th century, many of the originals are now in the Coptic museum. It is also said that ...
... how we could get close to our hostel. It took 45 minutes or so by public transport to reach Taksim Square which was walking distance to our hostel Chill Out Cengo. By the time we arrived, it was nearing 730am and we were absolutely exhausted from travelling through the night. Only five minutes after checking in we were curled up in bed and asleep for a solid 4 hours before we could muster up the energy to attempt exploring this new, huge city.
Once we stepped ...
... of Spring/Summer 2013 Islamic Skater Girl nonchalance, ('Honestly don't worry, you look totally normal') and we hold our breath to traipse self-consciously into the bright and crowded mosque.
The event doesn't disappoint for important figures, and we sit on the back row as the top Sheikh of Al-Azhar Mosque (think Archbishop of Canterbury) conducts proceedings. Despite all these big names, the affair is astoundingly informal, with people in jeans or ...