Hilton Cairo World Trade Center Residence
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... with Mohammad to very increased security. There was a long , long queue and Mohammed was obviously surprised by the arrangements and didn't seem to know what to do. He tried to get us through but we had to wait while we all went through one security gate. Evidently there are several gates open usually but because of threats of protests the arrangements alter. We eventually got there with time to spare and are now in Dubai...what a ...
... surprised with a power outage which lasted several hours and kept us out of our room because of electronic locks. We solved this problem by being as westernized as possible; we went to Starbucks, bought the most expensive latte to share and plugged in the laptop to watch movies for an hour or so. If you’re wondering why we didn’t go for a couple cocktails somewhere, it’s because drinks were easily 2-3 times more expensive than in previous countries so we decided ...
... a week later. We leave a good hour after, astounded by the welcome we've received and feeling awful for all the attention we're paid for crashing a show that is really none of our business.
Buzzing but exhausted from it all, we make a retreat back to the car. 'So, for the party can we wear whatever we want?' I say, catching a glimpse in a car window of the bizarre sight we make.
There's definitely a mixture of amusement and pleading in this ...
... to be a Spanish student (even though clearly of both Arabic descent and language) came over to talk to me. He started talking about the markets and that I should go, necessitating a right turn out of the gates. He gave up when I turned left.
People who have been doing this for a while will build up a sense of when somebody further up the street is going to hassle them. A guy walking in the opposite direction proved me right on the way back to the hostel. As I approached a ...