Dusit Thani LakeView Cairo
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... I've seen since Norway/italy. The art was beautiful, though I worry that I might forever judge art against what the Egyptians did in 1,500bc! They also have a Coptic bible (ok fine, just the books of the 4 apostles) from the 4th century. Noticed Coptic Christians have a tattoo on their wrist, which seemed unusual. No matter where i go in cairo, I get a lot of attention because there are so few tourists and fewer Asians. It's not like morocco ...
... like the kings do, so when he died he was hastily mummified and put into what they think may have been a high priests tomb, and filled it with heaps of treasure for him to take to the afterlife. The only real reason he is so famous is because his tomb was undisturbed when it was discovered in the 1920's (no thieves, no looting, etc) so all his treasure was still there, and still a jumble from the rush they took to put it all in, because after the 70 days of mummification, ...
... departments; during the revolution of 1952 a budget separate from other offices was given to the post. By 1999 the Ministry of Communication and Information Technology was handed the postal service.
In January of 2011, however, when the current Revolution started, the postal service dismissed all non-essential personnel and mail basically stopped. Up to that time, the Egyptian Post was the most sophisticated system in the Middle East, employing ...
... just leave you out there in the desert. If you're lucky.
There was a Canadian guy staying at the hostel that had some kind of hassle like this. I just overheard him talking about it to one of the hostel staff and I could detect the frustration in the staff members voice, as if to say "we told you this would happen". They do tell you, too. The Canadian had got into an argument with someone who had been unhappy about the tip he had given them. I had intentionally avoided ...
... On it’s edges, green and lush vegetation, but narrow enough to form only a small border. Zones of mud-brick houses, square and uniform like scattered lego pieces start to enter the landscape until they seamlessly converge to form a city.
On the ground, it’s a similar story, taxi drivers seamlessly converge on us as we emerge from the airport. Guys in nice leather jackets, sweaters and amazing mustaches ask us ‘how much you want to pay..?’