Hilton Cairo World Trade Center Residence
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... LOT smaller then what they are back home. Departure was as planned, 6.45, through the streets and up on the the ring road, was some thing! people stopping, staring, waving, and the tuk-tuks were all over the place. Once at the Pyramids (13km in) some photo's #tourdafrique for those on twitter, coffee/tea and a pee behind a shed. For quite a few of us, this was the first sand we experienced, not pretty I tell you that! I was excited I didn't wipe out, ...
... empty, all the bowls on the buffet table empty and told no buffet tonight!!! So instead we opted for chicken, fried potatoes and veg, plus a plate of bread and some bottled water. Extremely tasty.
Tried out the internet both at the hotel and on the dongle - no joy. Worked (extremely slowly) on David’s iPhone and also on Tim’s i-pad (a young lad just arrived from Australia who we met in the hotel lobby where the wifi reaches to) - ...
... of the way and still no closer to getting in the hanging church we made our way instead towards the Mosque of Amr. This was a fantastic experience as it is Cairo’s first and oldest Mosque with a massive prayer area, what it allowed us to do was sit inside with our guide and ask questions regarding Islam. This gave us a great insight into what being a modern day Muslim is like and also dispelled a lot of the stereotypes associated with the faith.
After the Mosque ...
... Great Pyramid even after with me encouraging him to do it. After the others came out from the Great Pyramid we headed around to the panoramic view point of the Pyramids, this is the spot that makes them look like they are in the middle of the dessert and not right next to the city limits. It was rather hazy this time round. We got a few shots and then headed down to see the Sphinx. She was just as pretty as the last time. This time round I got a few photos kissing the Sphinx. ...
... per person!! We couldn't believe it and even walked away to discuss how he might be ripping us off somehow. We ended up going back to him to board the boat and wait for more people like us to get on board. A short time later we pulled out from the marina for an hour tour of the coast and enjoy some sunshine. Finally, some warmth and sun was upon us and we hoped it was going to stay around for Israel which we were flying into the next day. Tel Aviv, Jerusalem and the Dead Sea here we ...