Horus House Hotel
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... I'm sure that at the end of the day, whatever happens was meant to happen, because there's no going back and erasing the past, but I know that my life is more REAL when I try to take control of the moment, own up to my responsibilities, and work hard for what I want. It gives you a much better sense of appreciation for the things you deserve and you feel like more of a productive, efficient, and accomplished human ...
... the airport prior to the check-in desk opening, so we killed an hour or so at one of the coffee shops. Moussad expertly guided us through the airport one last time. We boarded our flight around 1:00 am and hoped to get lots of sleep on the flight so we can catch up on work tomorrow.
The trip has been so breath taking and incredible, but it will be great to be back in our familiar surroundings and to see our kittens ...
... People go around the table and introduce themselves and we’re instantly relaxed as it seems like a pretty cool group of people. Having never done a tour before we were a little worried at the prospect of a bogan invasion. Intrepid does typically carry a lot of Australians.
There’s a dull orange glow as we wake the next morning. We’re due to see the pyramids but overnight a dust-storm has blown in. We can barely see across the road. Instead ...
... curries with overcooked vegetables
- sad lot many women have
End of Asian Occasion
Our Asian Occasion blog documenting our full time travel in 10 Asian Countries is finished after 20 months and 196 blog entries,….and 6565 photos later! It's been loads of fun creating it. It goes on our permanent record!
Onward to the Land of ...
... like the most complicated process, from touts swindling you out of entry tickets to pick pockets physically grabbing possessions from you. How Egypt had changed in a few months.
We headed off the sand and back onto the dusty road that lead past several shops. Ahmed turned to me.
“You’re a girl right?”
“Last time I checked”
“Want to look at some ...