Gaddis Hotel, Suites and Apartments
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... I think it's because most of the funny incidents involved me observing other people. Like watching out tour guide dance and several others trying to follow suit. So I'm just going to crash out in anticipation of a blog in which I can actually provide a few interesting insights. If I can come up with anything. Maybe I'm getting bloggers block. Is that a thing? J PS - I'm being destroyed by mosquitoes. This is the one time being tasty is not ...
... Just a different perspective. We then had a meal at the hotel. I ordered a burger and fries (trust me there was not much on offer and we were too buggered to go out searching for food. I swear my burger was an Egyptian maccas burger.) After a very long day it was back on an overnight train to return to Cairo. For the train ride Mayer bought a box of little sweet pastries for us all to try. Sweet here means super, super sweet. We all went to sleep on a little sugar ...
... not the case at Karnak, where everything is being photographed by everyone), once we were in the tomb my guide encouraged me to take some cellphone photos after everyone else had left, and had me climb onto the pharaoh’s sarcophagus to peer inside, which I suspect might just be against the rules.
The amount of effort exerted to create a great afterlife, and the huge resources devoted to that, is astonishing. While you can make the case that ...
... this is probably the best aspect of doing a tour, we have had him all to ourselves and have been given a full run down of everything there is to know about the places we have visited, he also comes in handy by shooing off all the hagglers for us. The local beer 'Stella' also lives up to its name, a far more pleasant drop to what I was expecting, oh and I also thought I'd never see something worse than a Chinese squatter..... But I now have, an Egyptian squatter! Eeerrrrdeennn ...
... gone we have felt safe. The Egyptian people, outside of the pesky vendors at tourist sites, have been friendly and tell us how much they love Americans. They also tell us how much they hate Obama because of his support of the Muslim Brotherhood. The vast majority of Egyptians - muslims included - seem to see the Brotherhood as a radical terrorist organization, and said life under Morsi was terrible. They prefer the dictatorial stability of Mubarak to ...