Holiday Inn - Citystars
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... scriptures, treasures of Tutankhamen and various statues were all great sights. But the mummies were the highlight. They were so well preserved I could see fingernails, hair, teeth, and I swear even facial expressions. Those with fake eyes actually looked like they could sit up at any moment. It's surreal seeing something that, 2 or 3,000 years ago, was a living and breathing person. That's something I'm glad I got ...
... taken them a month. One of the girls, Emily (from South Africa) who did the drive, said 'It's a long way'... -she will be leaving in a few days time and re-meeting us again in Nairobi to carry on down to Cape Town.
Other gossip is that one lad is still waiting for his bike to arrive - Doug Pearson from St Louis, Missouri, USA - he arrived in Cairo but his bike is still in Dubai I think. Also, Mikal Nilsen, another lad from Norway is feeling very ...
Today (Thursday) we travelled from Alexandria to Cairo with just a driver who didn't speak English. But he could drive very fast..had my seatbelt on tightly. But I must say he seemed to be a good driver. It was about a four hour journey as we are at a hotel near the airport...they tell us it is a half hour drive to the airport. I think we are leaving Egypt just in time as I received a message this morning from the NZ Embassy in Cairo (via ...
Today we jump on a plane and return to Cairo the 3 hours in airport and plane beat the 6 in a bus. We are met by Fady or original greeter and Mohamad our favorite driver and head directly to the Mokattam (Muqattam) hills where we see the wealthy section of Cairo then through Zabbalin village (the garbage collectors) where in 1969 the governor sent all the collectors to live to the monastery.
The monastery was built 1000 years after St Simons miracle in 979 BC. ...
... That city was believed to be Serince. We were told by locals that last year during December, the tiny hillside village of only a few thousand people was completely booked up in every hotel, some charging up to $500 a night!! For about 3 weeks, locals made more money than they would’ve the entire year from people believing the world was going to end. The other town that was only a 30 minute shuttle ride away was Kusadasi, which is a beach town that offers beautiful ...