Kaoud Sporting Hotel
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... for lunch was very well prepared and delicious.
The view from the restaurant overlooking the harbour was fantastic. There were lots of boats in the water, children jumping into the water, we saw where the light house used to be. It was a perfect clear day and we were able to take advantage of the view even though we did not make a large dent in our meal!
We went to the Alexandria library which is less than 200 ...
... are choosing not to follow rules - what progress is being made in terms of infrastructure is being done illegally or without proper building codes - large legal projects have halted and there isn’t a system in place to control such things like speeding - traffic violations - etc. I never felt unsafe - I would definitely visit Egypt again - after meeting Mercurius the day before and then Hana and her family I found it easier to look beyond the surface on this trip to ...
... as the all packed tiny shorts and things! Does make me laugh when I see them walking around. After lunch it got quieter. And after dinner it was dead! Had a little nap on my dinner break, only 45 mins but refreshed me a little bit. Was formal evening too that night so, while everyone got dressed up and when off to captains cocktail party we stayed and cleaned the shops. But knowing the next morning at 6am we were docking ...
... Returning to Cairo, it seemed too loud, too busy, too crazy. Alex was a relaxing way to finish the trip. But now, I think it’s time to go home. My graduation from University of Liverpool is in 2 weeks (yes! I had a very successful result for my Masters dissertation). Then we’ll be flying to Palm Springs for Christmas before I know it. I’m looking forward to seeing family and friends in the US and Canada.
xx Suky ...
... and set at a slant. We took a guided tour and saw the computer centre which is well used by the university students, as well as some of the galleries with exhibits. We saw the room dedicated to Anwar Sadat, which included, among various uniforms, furniture and papers, the clothes he was wearing when he was assassinated, complete with blood stains. This concluded our tour and we were back at the ship in good time for sail-away at three ...