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... t notice! It was a hassle, and perhaps they were counting on us being too tired to contest the charges since so many flights leave in the middle of the night. I’m lucky to be able to sleep until 5am. Half of the group is leaving the hotel at 1am.
Next stop for me is London, and then on to Chicago! It’s been a great trip with an awesome group of ...
... stares from people (white, blonde/purple hair - go figure) but it felt safe and fine to be there. A few times, we had to turn around, but that was ok. Black tea and mint, yum! The dinner, was tasty! lentils, chickpeas, pasta fried onions and a tomato sauce. So filling and 3 Egyptian Pounds. But the second late night is catching up to me. Today was meeting at 10 to head to the Pyramids, well it was 10.30 before we got going. 2 turned into 5 to 6 and then to 8. A few ...
... surprised with a power outage which lasted several hours and kept us out of our room because of electronic locks. We solved this problem by being as westernized as possible; we went to Starbucks, bought the most expensive latte to share and plugged in the laptop to watch movies for an hour or so. If you’re wondering why we didn’t go for a couple cocktails somewhere, it’s because drinks were easily 2-3 times more expensive than in previous countries so we decided ...
... oh no, no -- please not the General!). The portly, highly decorated army General is either unhesitatingly generous, or the whispers we've heard from Seif that people are charmed by us three curious foreign girls - the most Islamically dressed in the room - are actually true and he's impressed by our effort. I settle for the first as the beaming gent welcomes me profusely and spreading his arms wide invites the three of us to the wedding reception party, to ...
... street he did an about-turn and began trying to keep up. I walk fast and he was shorter than me. I recall the conversation went like this:
"Hi. What country?"
"I'm a Christian, are you?"
(short pause as he tried to keep up)
"I'm a Christian. What are you?"
"I'm not anything."
"Because I'm not."
"Stop for a second!"
I'm not getting into a religious discussion on the dusty streets of ...