Husa Gawharet El Ahram
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Option 9: Stopover Day Tour Visiting Giza Pyramids, Egyptian Museum, Citadel and Khan Klaili Bazzar
(Starts and ends from Cairo airport) As soon as you reach to Cairo airport you will find Emo Tours` guide holding a sign of your name outside the Passengers area then you will be transferred to Giza City by Private A/C Vehicle to Start your day …
... I really can not express the sense of awe and wonder at actually being in the presence of these pyramids of standing on the stones and touching them, to anyone with an interest in history or ancient civilizations it is almost mystical.
Next we stand before the Great Sphinx. The largest sphinx found but date unknown A stone was found near the sphinx which tells that it is the sphinx of Kafra. It is made of limestone with the body of a ...
... to find a treasure, I had a reoccurring dream about a treasure here" Santiago shouted" the men laughed at the idea and one of them said "you will not die, you will live, but never be so stupid. I once had a reoccurring dream that I should find a treasure buried in an abandoned church in Spain, but I was not stupid enough to cross a desert just because of a recurring dream." and they left. Santiago laughed because he knew where the ...
On the first day for Santiago to prepare, he was worried. He didn't know what to do, he didn't know how to turn into the wind and he wasn't an alchemist. It was a day of confusion. The second day, he spent all his time on a cliff speaking the language of the world to the desert. Gazing at the horizon and watching the sand. The third day he did the same thing, and then soon had to prove his capability to the chief. I stood at the top of the ...
... more traditional street wedding party. Nowadays in the city, it seems the working class hold the key to this kind of authentic celebration.
I've observed something else, now, enough times to confirm my fears; a scary contrast between guys and girls' conduct in the parties I've been to. Without fail, at each wedding the men have piled onto the dance floor with great aplomb, leaping up and down, clapping and spinning around (disconcertingly flexible in the ...