Iberotel Borg El Arab
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Hey again! We had a great time on our last few days in Egypt. We continued staying at the Acropole Hotel with free breakfast every morning, and eating Egyptian pizza for lunch and dinner. On day three we had Cobeba Samener for lunch and dinner for $8.36 or 63.8 EGP and we went to Corniche Beach. On day 4, we got one Sambosak for lunch and one for dinner. We visited the Alexandria ...
Hey guys, we're going to Egypt! We boarded yesterday and landed this morning at 4 am. This morning we ate at pizza queen for 71.90 EGP or $9.43. We are staying at the Acropole Hotel for $40 for four nights! With free breakfast! We visited the Corniche beach! It was so much fun! Total Miles: 9567.86 Total Spent: $1343.01 Total Left: ...
... cut my bangs short again! Not a big deal to most people, but to me, it was a big deal. It made me feel like me again, all crazy and straight bangs again! HA. We met up with Jenny, Dante (from the production cast) and 2 Canadians from the Youth Counselor department. Rochelle and Jenny had warned me what the cab ride to the mall would be like (we wanted to get wifi and mainly just get off the ship in a safe area).... This cab ride was like no other cab ride ...
One roman ampitheatre, coffee at Kat's and a peculiar ice cream later, we say our farewells to Alex and head back to the station. Our journey is timed perfectly to watch sunset from the train as we pull out of Alex and away from the sea. Night falls and from my window, every now and then I see whole fields lit up blazing orange, billowing smoke in the blackness from piles of maize set to burn by farmers. We eventually chugg back into Cairo ramases station ...
... reacting positively to the sound of my underwater singing voice. The sun’s rays are beautiful as they pierce the sea’s depths, illuminating the coral and causing fish scales to glimmer in a mysterious, ethereal way. One never truly sees the sea unless one is smack dab in the middle of it. The gradients of dark blue, mixed with flecks of charcoal gray, streaked with greens and yellows. I love the feeling ...