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... with some others, but don't know yet. There are teachers that are staying here as well, so if I decided to stay, I wouldn't be alone. I'll know in a day or two.
I'm posting video of my ride to school on the bus - it is crazy! As said before, drivers use their horns instead of blinkers and jockey for position on the freeways. Quite an adventure. Our driver is very good and our ride quite smooth, but a lot of honking ensues! Other than that, life in Cairo ...
... upon my return from the store so I don't have to think about it again. The suggestion was made to wash eggs, too.
Unfortunately, we are on a curfew and have to be in our homes by 7pm. We follow the curfew religiously. Many days so far, my roomies and I have gone out shopping to get necessities and found ourselves in a dilemma because it's 4:30 and we haven't planned for dinner and the restaurants and shops will be closing by 6:00 or 6:30 to let their ...
... It felt amazing!
Egypt is an amazing country and one that no one should retrieve from going to. As with any part of the world, if you take care of your belongings and of yourself, if you do not do things that are tempting for others to rob or take advantage of you, and if you respect the culture and the people, your trip will be amazing for the most part...you will have different experiences, but they will all be experiences to remember a lifetime.
... snorkelling. The snorkelling was ok, a lot of the coral was dead and their wasn't a lot of fish but the view was amazing and water was crystal clear and very relaxing and enjoyable. As a tour group we all got along really well, we were all of similar ages and many were teacher and health professionals. most had been living in London for quite some time so they were able to give us 'travelling virgins' ideas, thoughts and interest on areas to visit and what to see. So now our ...
... take a bunch of cheesy ‘pick it’s nose’ type photos and then hassle for tips. Avoid them and you might manage to take in the beauty of the sight. Air pollution, wind and rain have eroded most of the facial features of the Sphinx but there’s an entertaining rumor floating around that Napoleon Bonaparte’s troops used it for target practice. Not true, we’re told.
We jump on the van and swing past a local roadside diner for ...
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