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Today we slept. And slept. And slept and slept and slept! When we woke up we chilled in bed, eating some snacks, watching some lame TV and playing guitar, then slept again. When we woke up we showered, watched TV, snacked, played guitar, then slept again. When we woke up, we decided maybe we should get up, seeing as it was 6pm! So we got up and went to the lobby to use the wifi for ...
They say weddings in the UK have rocketed in extravagance over the last ten years or so, but certainly nothing I've seen back home could prepare me for a wedding Middle Eastern-style. Outside the city, new developments of self sufficient mini towns are popping up all over - Western, clinical, exclusive - and it's at a hotel in one such place out on the desert dual carriageway that the happy new couple, Mr and Mrs - , sister of an unfamiliar friend of a friend, request the ...
... silver and gold. It has five representations: a needle to stitch earth and heaven together (to return from the hereafter), a light house (reflect sun and moon), a landmark, a sundial to tell time, and a sign of fertility (think about it...).
Two plants are represented on the pillars: the lotus (south or scent that feeds the soul) and the papyrus (north or writing because you forget, i.e. the mind) represent the garden of creation. As you moved through the ...
... for a while (and got a free softdrink because of the delay). This flight was operated by Austrian Airlines, and was much better than the Air France one - I still spent most of it asleep though.
Finally arrived in Cairo and was met at the gate by Mageed, one of the representatives of Topdeck - the people operating the tour I'm doing. He helped me to get my visa ($15 US) and get through immigration and customs without any hassles. I was ...
... in our group than their own. Several confirm they are listening to Hala to practice their English. It is actually quite funny. No one gets offended and the kids are very friendly.
At the end of our visit, we walk back to our bus and proceed to the Khan El Khalili bazaar. As we leave the parking lot, a police car pulls in behind us and escorts us all the way to the bazaar. We see no problems but it is nice to know ...
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