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... time, although this time there are no butlers serving at each dish and I see that this had been a necessary implementation at the last function, to regulate the unbelievable stampede to the buffet. This is a country without queues: it's absolute mayhem and Megan and I have to employ tactics with one returning to our table with the main meals whilst a stealth agent going back to pile up a plateful of puddings before they're all gone. We've fallen foul of that before. ...
... was represented as a man with a crocodile head, was the god of Upper Egypt, he was considered the protector of the dead
Thoth - was represented with an ibis or baboon head, was the god of wisdom and also describe as the scribe of the gods
More about Osiris and Isis:
Osiris was a very kind, handsome and intelligent man. He married his sister Isis who was a very beautiful woman. Seth (means dirt or wickedness) was their ...
... mostly it was business as usual. If we hadn’t heard the news we would never have guessed how much violence has taken place there recently (over 900 killed and thousands injured). Finally, we spent the rest of the afternoon walking downtown into the shopping districts and the older Islamic quarter. We explored a large mosque where Panu made friends with a Syrian refugee Islamic missionary (that’s a mouthful). They “exchanged” emails so that he can write to ...
... giving his word that we
will take twenty minutes to buy a T-shirt, and twenty minutes to find the
institute. I’m taken by the arm and find myself being led like a flailing teddy
bear through the metro, up and down stairs, on and off of trains, into a
minibus and off again, and then through the packed souks of Khan al Khalili to
find the aged genie of a merchant from whom the band had bought their shirts.
Some haggling and a blur ...
... ventilation shafts). We also had sore quads from squatting while walking to get down the passages, and didn't feel the need to do this again! The Sphinx is also here along with hundreds of horse and camel ride touts, souvenir sellers, etc, though it wasn't as bad as I thought it would be.
Drove to Giza train station for our overnight train to ...