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... two hours as well, which ended up being really lucky becuase the actual time of departure was an hour earlier than our iternary indicated, so basically we would have missed the connection. As you may recall from one of our first entires Weston learned, we hope, the lesson of expecting the worse (he was just sure a baby would be behind us crying). Not our second flight, nope a child tossing his cookies kept us awake. Even worse ...
... a walled city, now a mosque dense local and tourist shopping area. final dinner with our group and final dinner of our holiday :( was good. while it wasn't exactly typical Egyptian food (we went to Chilli's) it was good to get to chat to our guide Waleed as a friend and not a tour guide. For our final day in Egypt we tagged onto a half day tour that Lucy (new friend and travel advisor) had planned on doing. It was great! ...
... but couldn't figure out the phone number. Since the creepiness factor was already raised again when we arrived neither of us wanted to leave the other one single. The reception insisted that they would bring a towel to us instead of letting us take one with us. We sat in our room and waited for them to come before either of us took our shower before finally heading to bed. We had a 3:30am wakeup call so we could leave for the airport at ...
... in Cairo I headed to the Egyptian museum. It is Friday and considered the weekend here, so it was not crowded at all. I was able to walk around and see everything. Pictures are not allowed inside so that was a bummer. It was still cool to see these things from the time of the Pharaohs. After the museum I headed out to find a geocache. My sister Ashley had told me about this before and then brought it up again the other day. I had downloaded the app while in Dahab but this ...
... corridor to be questioned in a stuffy little
office. Martin told Andrea in no uncertain terms that he'll do the
talking. Better to arrange these details ahead of the time. After
some hairy moments, we were issued our visas free of charge. Shoe!
A member of the tourist board was quick
to assist us through customs by simply waving away the customs
officers and then helpfully for us (and conveniently for him)
escorting us to the ...