Iberotel Borg El Arab
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Goodbye Oasis， Goodbye Fatima
These days in Oasis must be a impressive experience in my life.I met a charming girl who appealed to me deeply and the alchemist.And honestly I won't go to Oasis but for English man,
and he is a nice person who taught me so much on my trip.Now,I am relaxed and very excited for ...
5.30 PM Tuesday, on our cabin veranda at the end of two hectic days. We leave Alexandria at 8.00 PM with a sea day tomorrow en-route for Greece. Our two days in Alexandria port began with a 5.45 AM alarm call, at this point our ship was still travelling and did not berth in Alex until an hour later. At 7.00 AM exactly we were ready on Deck 4 but had too waIt for the ramp to be set up before we could land. Egyptian officials then ...
... If you ever find yourself on a bus with a bathroom going someplace that can only mean that there really aren't any restrooms anyplace along the way (I put back the bottle of water I just got). She also explains that to make sure the toilet is functioning throughout the day, "Number 1 only". And we take off out of Alexandria going through a very large gate of the city, Brad says it was a toll booth.
The traffic is unimaginable. ...
It was day of the Alexandria tour and we were supposed to be ready at 7am. Normally we have heard about Indian time, Sri Lankan time and now Egyptian time. When we went outside our door, the taxi driver was waiting for us at 7.01am. We found out later that when it came to foreigners the Egyptian taxi drivers were always on time. Our driver's name was Hosny and he was very friendly towards us. He asked us to consider him a friend, brother and as family. Maybe ...
... 79). We descended a spiral staircase and then were directed through a maze of chambers.
Departing about 1 p.m., there was a 20-minute bus ride to our final stop, the Gohar Group Alex souvenir shop in a strip mall dubbed “Downtown Alexandria” – a hilarious misnomer since this shop is out in the suburbs of Alexandria on the highway to Cairo; not at all “downtown.” En route, we drove along a dry canal full of garbage and ruble, and saw piles and piles ...