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... followed by several Coptic churches, and lastly the Jewish Synagogue, which was originally a church, but sold to the Jewish community to pay back taxes owed to the state.
Then it was off to the Egyptian Museum. Thousands of exhibits, so we only picked the eyes out of it all in the two hours we were there. It's just plain hard to fathom that most of the exhibits are between three and five thousand years old as they are generally in ...
... to Cape Town. We had a stunning day with Pat and Mike, Andrea's aunt and uncle who live near the city. Tomorrow morning early we fly to Cape Town via Jo'burg and arrive in our home town just before 6pm. We'll be sure to add photos to the last 3 entries and tell you about the fantastic end to our incredible trip soonest. Much love, the ...
... on my phone, so can send postcards that originate in the States. Don't know yet how the school manages their mail, but they seem to have some kind of service.
Insert - Can I just say that I am SOOOO angry right now? I'm in the one place I've always wanted to be and I can't go explore it. I totally understand people's desire to be free, I totally get the conflict that is happening. But, I want to go to the pyramids. I want to go to Alexandria. I want to ...
... tired of staying at airbnb places where the owner is on premise. Unlike ourselves, these hosts are only there to make a buck, not for a cultural exchange and making new friends. We’re checking into a hostel in Cairo tomorrow for the remaining 6 days of our trip in the hope that if an establishment is run by staff, no one will have a direct monetary gain from inflicting inhospitable pain.
We came to Giza for the pyramids. They were definitely a ...
... guy at the Pyramids that tried to grab my T-shirt wasn't scary, he was just being a bit of a knob. I found Egyptians to be cool people, leaving aside the street hustlers. But you do always have to be careful. Do not listen to anything anybody on the street tells you. By all means be polite but be firm. As soon as you give an indication that you might be about to take them seriously you'll be lumbered with them all day. At the Pyramids and other historical sites, don't take pictures ...