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 ...
... the bus tour seemed the safe choice. Just like yesterday, the Egyptian authorities provided us with a police escort, which included a dozen or more men dressed in black with automatic weapons. With sirens
blaring, side road traffic blocked, we toured the city as if we were foreign dignitaries or at least rock stars.
During the day we learned of an Islamist militant attack on ...
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 ...
... the desert nights were cold ,we went on for a week without many words .During the journey ,I have learnt many things ,like how to silence my heart ,and the language of the world ,and other many spiritual stuff . My heart became more and more silence ,then we arrived at another ...
... and by the time we reached the final monastery - Jim thought he would just sit and wait under a shade tree while I went on the tour. When we arrived we were greeted by Mercurius Makar - an Egyptian Coptic Monk - he offered to take us on a tour of the monastery. Our guide was surprised as this is not necessarily usual and the fact that Mercurius would be giving our tour in English was even more special. Jim got his second wind and decided he could handle one more ...