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... spoke the language, haggled hard with a few taxi drivers to get a good price, but the taxi driver had the last laugh when he pulled over and took another passenger, so there 5 plus a baby crammed into the car. Nevertheless we all arrived safely, not to any house, but a rather luxurious house for Ethiopian standards, in a gated diplomatic community.
So I ended up swanning around the comfortable loungeroom playing with the baby Declan, going shopping in the marketplace ...
... mask into those cold camera lenses, because as we steamed into the month of February, integration and vocabulary ever growing, the events of that early November night had long faded into the past. It was then that the first invitation had arrived.
We had been at the dinner party of musician-friend, Seif, when a friend who's father is something high and mighty in the Egyptian army, invited us to his sister's wedding. But that night the early experience ...
... two-hundred metres. One guy said that it was pointless me continuing because the museum was now closed for prayer, while another bloke insisted that they were only letting tour groups in. By the time I reached the ticket window I half expected to be turned away, but no, I was let straight in. No early closure, no prayer hour, no tour group only rule.
I'm used to this kind of hassle now, but I am tiring of it. It's not that they try that ****** me off, it's that they are ...
... next door is the headquarters of the National Democratic Party, which was completely torched during the revolution in 2011. The museum itself was broken into, and the café and shop destroyed by the fire, but reports are contradictory as to what was damaged or stolen and how badly. It seems that many things have been recovered or can be restored, which is lucky, as these are some of the rarest antiquities in the world, and many of them are up to 4,000 years old.
... has ensued from gingerly asking for advice is enough to fill several postcards with, never mind whether I made it to the excursion itself or not. It’s been remarkable how their response has simultaneously drawn out how close we’ve become, whilst simultaneously reminding me of the miles between our different cultural perspectives. First on my agenda was to find out about the safety of travelling as a foreigner to south Sinai, so when their ...