Dusit Thani LakeView Cairo
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... moments you always dream about. I just wish we'd had more time. Because of the traffic delays, it wasn't long before Sherif was herding us back onto the bus. Back down the hill and we stopped at the smallest of the great pyramids. Here we were able to walk up to the base, touch the rocks and truly appreciate the sheer size of the structure and the colossal task it must have been to construct. We were also able to get a really good view of the pyramid that still has its top sheeted ...
... laptop Wifi - so know I've missed some emails from my Social Secretary duties from other tour riders. In the end managed to have a conversation with Roger on my tablet via Facebook messenger which is a new experience for Roger.
Came back to my room about 10.30pm, then decided I'd better look for my passport photos which we may need to get visas as we pass over the many borders in the next few months. I'd sent an email out to the group email we started up a month ...
The last day of the tournament begun with Colleen playing her final of the Plate. I put some of the NZ flag tattoos Marewa Club gave us on one cheek, my neck and hand. She played a woman from England, Margaret Cowman who had a double lung transplant about 4 years ago and subsequently took up croquet for some gentle exercise. The match went to 3 games with Margaret winning the third. Her story is an amazing one and she such a ...
... of spices in hessian bags, windows full of gold and colourful scarves hanging everywhere! It was a delight walking through having our guide tell us about the history of the place. We had Turkish coffee and sheesha in the oldest, and most famous, coffee shop in Cairo, El Fishawy. It had not yet become annoying at this time but the Egyptian people will try to sell you EVERYTHING with a persistence that will grind your gears like nothing I've experienced in any ...
... than in a Thailand or in Istanbul's markets, there was a desperation felt, which loosened up your wallet. Some attuned touts were cognizant that Egypt's reputation was damaged and they needed the few visitors to spread word that visiting is indeed safe and would prioritize their conversations on this fact, rather than trying to make a buck. And yes, Cairo was safe as we never felt any worry.
We did the typical cycle starting with the earliest ...