Four Seasons Hotel Alexandria
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... internal waterways of Egypt. I was able to witness firsthand a Nabatean trader with a Muslim Egyptian trader for cotton. It seems cotton is their greatest export. I also saw dhow sitting in the port. It is a sea vessel used primarily in the Red Sea and Indian Ocean region to carry fresh water, goods or merchandise. All of this cotton makes mes me think of think of my clothes and sheets on my bed back home which the bed i miss very ...
... buses as a start of a new beginning after years of struggles. Perhaps they just like buses. The markets and stores are packed, especially after the sun goes down. Our guides are articulate, open and proud to share their home with us.
For the third time ever and the second day in a row, we booked a full day bus tour through the cruise ship line. Feeling a bit intimated in such an ...
On other "Seven greatest..." lists, in particular of medieval times, mentions the catacombs of Kom el Shoqafa (meaning "Mound of Shards"), our next destination. Discovered by men rescuing a donkey which had fallen into an old ruin poking out of what had become a city dump. It has a stairway winding down into the earth and a great multitude of tombs branching off it. Dug out of the bedrock and spread over many chambers. The ...
Before I set out ,I told Fatima that I would leave for seeking my treasure ,and she promised that she will wait for me .Then I went with the Alchemist ,began to cross the desert.
We have walked very far, and when the night was coming ,we spread our sleeping gear and kept us ...
... and Egyptian ‘popes’. We were shown how the monks lived and saw some of the old cells that they spent their days in. We learned how the monasteries function and the schedules of the monks.
It was a very hot day and there was a sandstorm that passed through. We had done a lot of driving, standing, walking - etc. We had taken our shoes off multiple times and walked barefoot where many have walked barefoot before (foot sanitizer anyone?). We had ...