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... at all the sites we visited. No one ever got bored or ready to move on. Just the opposite we kept him busy answering questions Wanting to hear more of his stories about what we were seeing. The Ancient Egyptians had quite an imagination and how they came up with some of the myths were unbelievable even to Amr. Amr told the story of Osiris, Isis, Seth, and Isis's sister, Nephthys, with a participation from some of the group being the characters. ...
... we saw last nights bride. She looked to be moderate Muslim by her clothing. It was lovely and cool outside and we had a steward who really looked after us even asking some locals if they would move so Susan could sit down. Not necessary really. Anyway he got a tip from it. The return trip featured an Egyptian belly dancer and and whirling dervish man. The belly dancing was different to any we have seen before. She sure built up a sweat but did ...
... for her wedding gold, accompanied by the bride's mother, sisters and female attendants to ensure that he spends far more than he has.
After a time of exploration of the maze of market laneways, it was back to the hotel for a dinner of kebabs, salad, bread, and rice pudding on the rooftop while we watched the nightly sound and light show on the pyramids, before blogging and heading to bed to catch up on the few hours sleep we had last ...
... barricades... Scary. What was even more scary was the staring, like huge groups of men staring at me and the other blonde girl as we were walking past. Walking past the tanks, they had little windows and all you would see was people's faces looking out staring. Scary. It was only because we were white with blonde hair but it was still a bit unsettling, having such blatant staring.
Inside the museum we were the only people for a good hour and a bit, ...
... popular but oh so boring! Mr. Gouda promised a home cooked meal that would turn us off to whatever is out there, but in actuality, it was more of the same. Rice, dried baked chicken, some sort of stew with okra, oily soup with okra, dried out pita bread and boiled carrots. Exasperated by the lack of choice and spending money equal to NYC for tasteless food, we opted for home made tuna sandwiches and instant noodles.
With the exception of Lorenzo’s, ...