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Very early start today - up at 0230 for my airport transfer (after barely 2 hours sleep). The company I'd booked with only offered times 4 hours in advance of your flight, which is great if your flight is at midday and you have traffic to deal with, but quite a different thing in the early hours of a Saturday morning. I was picked up at about 0320 …
Going from Thailand to Egypt has been like transforming from an eagle to a cow in terms of freedom. For the first half (9 days) of my time in Egypt I'm on a group tour. I'm going to give it a few more days before I make my final decision on how I feel about it but my first impression is, NEVER again. My tour group includes 6 girls and an older …
Right as our tour group was about to leave Luxor en route to Cairo by overnight bus we were all informed that our tour leader would be losing his job. In my opinion this was incredibly unjust because there is nothing Omar (our tour leader) could have done to satisfy our high maintenance tour group. A few of the more sane members of the group agreed …
April 10 to April 17
Egypt was a whirlwind, a rapid trip. I found it was more than what you think it is: more than a land with an ancient history, heiroglyphs and crumbling monuments. It’s sheesha, koftas, baba ganoug, baksheesh, insane traffic, ogling men, the call to prayer. What left a lasting impression on me most, apart from the …
Garbage Goats are what they are called, Egypt's environmentally friendly (but highly unhygienic) method of refuse removal. The goats, apparently, are a replacement of the Garbage Pigs (the Muslim government found the perfect excuse to kill all the little piggies under the banner of swine flu prevention). Your every day Garbage Goat roams the city …
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