Moevenpick Hotel & Casino Cairo-Media City
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... to New York. I was glad we landed 30 minutes earlier than scheduled, because it gave me the extra time to hoof it between terminals at JFK.
Shannon met me at the gate, and we got settled in to our direct 11 hour EgyptAir flight to Cairo. The travel gods smiled upon us because we were able to snag two window seats on back to back rows, both of us with an empty middle seat next to us. I watched two movies on the flight - "Jupiter Ascending", which was ridiculous, and ...
... manage to cater to a city of around 25 million!!! I was so surprised to hear that the water supply comes completely from the Nile. Really?? I mean I know the river is big but how could it cope with that? Apparently so. No wonder we were told not to drink the water due to the heavy chlorination.
It was very interesting to hear of the last Egyptian revolution in 2011 when around 30 million people marched the streets to protest about the president. Apparently, I ...
... at noon we met up with 4 others from the group and made our way towards a local eatery called GAD as this was recommended. When we got there it was again falafel and shawarma for lunch, great thing about this place was that they served males and females in different lines and with the ladies line being much shorter the girls went in whilst the lads waited outside.Lunch devoured we made a plan to head towards the grand bazaar or Souk as they are called. The souk itself was ...
Santiago left the next morning, after saying goodbye to Fatima. The alchemist and Santiago rode through the desert, talking little. Santiago told the alchemist that he was expecting to be taught something by him, and he responded that he had to learn through action. There was now only one more thing he had to learn. "What do I need to know?" Santiago asked and the alchemist drew a picture in the ...
... month and I hope to see many of my kids participate. We also talked about what peace means and if it was really necessary to fight or wage war. They, like kids all over the world, were sensitive to the plight of those affected by war; their own country in turmoil.
I watched a video the other day, and a mystic from India made the statement that if 25 of the top leaders would change their mental state by one percent - just one percent, he believed we could ...