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... me, he'd exhaust himself within 5min, call me an idiot in Arabic, and walk away. I'm pretty sure one hustler was so exasperated, that he yelled out to Allah why he made such a fool. As you've probably guessed, I was harassed non stop for the 3-4hrs I spent at the pyramids, which really put a damper to the whole experience. But they are awe-inspiring, and walking in those burial chamber tunnels is very claustrophobic and uncomfortable. ...
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... it is the same or worse than before. He said the country is safe, but the people are unhappy. He feels that the Muslim Brotherhood does not have the experience required.
Some important advice from Hanni: White taxis have meters, black taxis do not. The underground and public transportation are too crowded, we should avoid them.
The Cairo Marriott is located on Zamalek (Gezira Island). It is a vast and beautiful property. We went to Harry's ...
... br> I saw the Old Islamic area and the Citadel with the Mohammed Ali Mosque,
the Old part of Cairo and the Coptic area with the hanging Church plus the huge
Greek burial site and St Georges church. I walked and walked and saw so much
history it began to blur into one. There were times when I just sat and took it
all in. ‘People watching’ at these places was fascinating – so many different
nationalities soaking up the ...
... of Turkey with nothing more
than hope to join the cargo. I could do no more than that.
As I moved across Turkey, thoughts of
reaching Africa seemed increasingly unlikely and a plan B had germinated: brave
the Iranian winter and cross Tibet, aiming for Hong Kong. An exciting prospect
but a huge challenge I wasn’t prepared for.
At the port I walked into a smoky office and