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... to see the pyramids. They are about a ten minute walk from the hotel, so we decided to stroll over. When we got there we were immediately asked by everyone if we wanted a tour, a camel, a horse, some Egyptian whiskey (which I'm still not sure if it is actually mint tea like they say or straight whiskey). We decided to go with one guide named Abdullah who seemed like a good guy but who can really tell. We sat in a little two person buggy ...
... capital, and a gruff conductor shuffles his way up the aisle checking tickets. Getting to us, he glances at me from under his chequered headscarf and turns to Amr. 'If she's foreign she can blimmin' well get out and walk from here. There's no non-Egyptians ride this bus guv'na.'
A magnificent start.
Some brusque discussion ensues, after which Amr quickly has a friend in the position to know what he's talking about on the end of the line to have words ...
... taking the train to Aswan the following day. Rami phoned us in the morning and told us to go to end station on metro line then have a taxi-driver call him for directions.
Rami was waiting outside of Café Horus, the busy little shisha café that he owns, when we arrived. We got to know each other over a refreshingly cool glass of hibiscus tea, the tea of the Pharaohs. He seemed like an outgoing ...