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... and everyone is a little tired from the trip, but I'm hoping we can build a little more of a camaraderie over the next week. We're broken up into 3 groups, based on our travel schedules and optional add ons and such. Team A for life, yo.
The drive from the airport to the hotel took about an hour. I was kind of overwhelmed by the sheer size of the city. It feels much more industrial than I expected. It smells like a mix of open fires and industry, not unlike the smell of ...
... but after many problems and negotiations with the male rulers over various issues of which they were not pleased - she began dressing as a male in an attempt to exert her dominance, even wearing the usual fake stick on long beard that many Egyptians wore. There is a huge statue of her in the museum.
It was truly fascinating to visit the museum...especially with Yessa who is a very knowledgeable Egyptologist who has studied for many years. He explained that as ...
... am not sure whether to be reassured by the fact that all vehicles driving into the Marriott Hotel are checked by sniffer dogs for explosives and that everyone goes through a security check (like at the airport) every time you come into the hotel! Anyway the hotel is great...it used to be a Palace and is very extensive with lovely gardens. We are on the 7th floor and have a view of the Nile. Two of the ...
... be boring without it.
everyone keeps asking me why do I want to go to Egypt, all I can really say is this:
I want a new life experience
I want to embrace a new culture, the muslim culture one that is complete opposite of what I am like
I want to travel
I want to meet new like minded people
I want to make a difference
I just like to embrace challenges and take up every opportunity that comes my way. life is too short to just wait for ...
... wind arose, it grew stronger and very powerful. He then went to the sun and asked the sun. The sun told him what he knows from his point of view (literally). The wind listeners closely to them, and the sun recommended that he spoke to the hands that created everything and the wind screamed and blew stronger than ever with agreement. Santiago turned to the creation hands. In this he saw the soul of the world. The soul of god, which he ...