Fairmont Towers Heliopolis
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Though Egypt is in North Africa and has a different culture than sub Saharan Africa, there are some thing that can only be explained by 'TIA: This is Africa'... -Fireworks every night -voting on daylight savings time to happen for one month, then go back during Ramadan I have been lucky enough to have amazing weather. Flying into Cairo on Wednesday it was lightening and raining which it ...
... One of the pyramids is known as the bent pyramid because the made the angle too steep and had to change part way through so it would not collapse. After visiting Saqqara we travelled to the pyramid of Teti which we also we able to access. Teti has very intricate carvings in the funerary chamber. From the outside it looks like a pile of rocks but is well preserved inside. Also at this site we seen one of the Stepped ...
... through one of the most traditional, poor markets of downtown in 6-inch heels to get to the minibus station. Cairene girls have a different wardrobe for public wear, home wear, and parties. All are acceptable in their allotted place, so though the other girls will be dressed – a lot of them – a lot more glam than us, no Egyptian girl would dream to wear such an outfit in the street, and will be transported from home to party directly by car. Box to ...
... scarf and cobra, she was the wife of Amun Ra
Nut - was represented as a woman doing downward dog, but more U-shaped, she was the goddess of the sky who gave birth to the sun daily, she protected the gods and the souls of the dead in the solar boat
Osiris - was represented with a green body and a white robe, was the god of death and resurrection, god of the hereafter, god of beer and wine, he passed judgement on the souls of the dead.
... Some had wigs. Some had their original hair dyed with yellow henna. Some were disfigured from the way they were killed. One of the mummies had skin so well preserved that it was possible to see the pockmarks in her skin from smallpox. I also enjoyed the giant mummified Nile crocodiles and fish. Next, we spent some time wandering around Tahrir Square. If you look closely enough there are still some signs of the revolution—graffiti, tents, large stones strewn ...