Hilton Cairo World Trade Center Residence
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... to go to English classes (I did mention that Jill could deliver some English lessons from the back of the quad bike but he said he already knew those words!)
Afterwards, we continued on to dinner at the Mena Club, one of Cairo's first 5 star hotels. VIPs like Sarcozy have stayed here & the doorman let us in to take a look at the Presidential Suite (for a fee of course!)
Finished the day with a very nice Indian dinner in the restaurant ...
... familiar to get started with shopping. Places like Bath and bodyworks, IKEA, and Starbucks were essential stops at first but now we are ready to bargain with the locals. Khan al Khalili market will be our next shopping experience. I've never experienced heat like the heat in Cairo. I feel like I'm doing hot yoga everyday. We've graduated from drinking the mini water bottles to drinking giant 1.5 ...
... on the freeway system; walking in the centre median, on the sides, crossing 5 lanes of traffic and standing behind breakdowns. We would need a fleet of 50 vehicles to support this road and forget about KPIs in response. I’d hate to work for the CAC – yes the sounds like CAC and could be CAC – the Cairo Automobile Club.
Window panes are an optional extra as many buildings are bereft and eaves seem to be a 20th century add ...
... the amount of people down there, also so they can help anyone if they breakdown. You are driving for 3 hours through the desert. You also have to leave so early because of how hot it gets down there. They like to have people leaving the temple by 10am. We had a little breakfast box to eat on the trip down. We all pretty much went straight back to sleep once we started driving. We got down there at about 8am and had Ahmed talk to us about the temples then had 45 minutes of free ...
... of a pyramid, rode camels and I even received a marriage proposal with an offer of 100 camels (a charming aspect of traveling in Egypt, that and also being called “Shakira!”, this is the place to be if your ego ever needs some perking up).
Days would be spent visiting amazing sites – the Aswan dam, Luxor (and I highly recommend the Abu Simbel and hot air ballooning bolt-ons), the Valley of the Kings, to name a few, while nights would be spent on the ...