Horus House Hotel
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... but I think Sim was a bit shocked even though I had been warning him. They pretty much don't use lanes and their way on indicating is using the horn. They manage to get 5 lanes of traffic on a road that we would normally only have 3. So its a bit of a tight fit! Just like last time there were people hanging out of buses and off the back of utes or on top of trucks acting like it was just another day. We managed to get to our hotel at about 11pm and checked in. Our tour ...
... a better person all around. I can definitely focus on that. I met the group for breakfast and then we got into our bus for the day. We were escorted by a police officer in the event we ran into any protestors or incidents that required a bit of extra protection. We then took off to our first stop, the Egyptian Museum. The museum is one of the largest collections in Africa for pieces. They do not allow cameras into the museum, but we were allowed to take pictures of ...
On my second day in Cairo, we visited the citadel mosque of Mohammed Ali in Cairo. What an impressive piece of religious architecture. From the outdid, the structure looked like any of the thousands of mosques that dotted the city and many other middle eastern cities. But from the inside, it was just “magnifique” as the French would say. I could attempt to explain in words what it looked like but I would not do it justice. ...
... that I was there in the morning I hardly saw a soul, other than the people trying to make a buck or two. Tourism is really suffering hard in Egypt at the moment. Despite what happened earlier this summer I didn't feel unsafe for a minute the entire time I was in Cairo. Yes, that was easy to say when I went for a swim at the hotel pool afterwards, but even on the drive back in the daylight I didn't see anything worrying or disturbing. I did see a lot ...
... had organised for us to have a group meeting at 7pm to go over the itinerary and minutia of the trip, so we headed down to the lobby, and met up with the rest of the tour group:
Laila and Isabel, two Kiwi friends who were making their way towards London via Southeast Asia, Egypt, Jordan and Turkey;
Emily, who had been living in London for a while and was on the way home to Australia;
Mel, another Aussie who had been touring Africa ...