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... The rest of the visit at the market was a comical stroll through the main strip of the market with men yelling a diverse set of “pick up lines” based on which one of us caught their attention. Some of mine were “brown sugar”, “Nefertiti” “rasta lady”’ “Whitney Houston”, and after hearing about my different nationalities, it was “Canada-dry”….. This reference I could not understand but many ...
... to the Romans many years ago and went down as far as 55m below the surface! Walking through the narrow corridors and trekking through history was quite the experience.
Due to the extremely cold weather, we decided to catch yet another night bus towards the city of Antalya in the south of Turkey. By this point we were cold and tired and needed some sort of sun or warmth in our lives! We arrived in Antalya early in the morning and right away felt the difference ...
... the montage comes to an end, I swallow the need to catch someone's eye knowingly. In truth, there would be no-one's eye to catch: along with the dry ice and the matching orange outfit, the montage was 'beautiful'. That kind of expression is what this culture knows and likes, and I'm sure they're a lot happier for it. Maybe the yawning void I feel in the Egyptian language to express 'cheesiness' is just a yawning void in my cold British heart. Shame on me.
... such as stonework, woodwork, metalwork, textiles and manuscripts, not by chronology.
We also saw many great examples of coptic paintings were of the face, not profile, had dark shadows under their eyes, a variety of beard styles, a circle between the lip and chin and halos.
We then went to another Coptic Orthodox church, Abu Serga. The church was build to honour Saint Serguius. It was the oldest church in Cairo, dating back to the 7th century. ...
... through security at the JFK airport in New York, an old Egyptian man recommended me not to display a tiny image of the Virgin Mary that I always carry hanging in a very thin necklace around my neck. He explained how Egypt was very insecure and it was not safe to carry such an image in a Muslim country. I was intimidated by the comment and although I was not sure if what he said was true, I took it off.
When I arrived to Cairo International Airport, the ...
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