Husa Gawharet El Ahram
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... were also present alongside a few army trucks full of military personnel. We felt very safe. We saw all of the major treasures this museum holds dating back 3000 BC including all of the items from Tutemkamnes tomb as it has been the only tomb intact and I looted and gives the best insight into tomb life as it was only discovered in the 20's. The rest were plundered by the Egyptians well before Christ. Our heads were spinning with all of this ...
Santiago is forced to give them all of his money and belongings and is given three days to turn himself into the wind to survive. He uses the Soul of the World to talk to the desert, and then the wind, then the sun, and finally God himself. He convinces God to turn him into the wind for an amount of time and saves his life and the Alchemist's. The Alchemist ...
... To be able to speak about a deceased relative then, you had to say the anti-spell, which is where we get the tradition of saying, "oh, old uncle Albert, God rest his soul." That would keep his spirit at rest when you uttered his name.
Next we went to Sakkara to see the oldest step pyramid in the world. It is surrounded by a wall that is similar in style to the walls of the Mesa temple, not by accident, apparently. Near the step pyramid is a smaller pyramid in ...
... even heard of, and simultaneously mentioning a 50% reduction from all products in his shop, as he assured excursions through him would guarantee the best service and no hassles from other touts. So pushy was he that we couldn’t even decline his offer of touring the pyramids on horse/camel back. I said I disliked riding animals, they’re often overworked and under cared. He said, when in Egypt one must abide by the way things are done. And besides, ...
... we wanted when we tipped Mubarak. Leave the rest to unfold by itself'. Then again – and I exclude a normal amount of 'grass is always greener' syndrome – perhaps a political system inadequate enough to make people look favorably on the days of Mubarak the Dictator may be enough to gather the people in force again.
*Will be catching up on the rest of the year's events now school is finished, as I spend July in Cairo*