Novotel Cairo 6th Of October
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... and crowding, dirty, least had nothing for them to steal. Thankfully our translator and tour staff came to the rescue and I was able to bolt, but what an eye opener. No more pictures! But really makes you wonder, this kid carry sticks, with no shoes, a thread bare shirt and dirty shorts, has a nice smart phone?! I would say a samsung 4 or something close to that size. Sure makes you wonder. The passing traffic, everything from big rigs, cars, pick ...
... into the airport to wait for the next person to arrive.
Glad the vehicle was a min-van o could get the bike box inside and did’t have to go on the roof - I’d brought my ball of string with me just in case required to keep it attached on the roof of a vehicle. Seemed to take a long time in the dark to get to the hotel - out at Giza. Will have to get used to the Lewis Hamilton driving style once more. A bit scary……. As well as ...
... unfortunately it shows it however I guess when you compare it to the age of the exhibits it is just a pup, it also contains over 120,000 individual items which could take an eternity to go through, luckily with Mahmoud on board we spent the first hour seeing the main highlights from sarcophagus to papyrus and the very impressive King Tutankhamen room which includes his iconic golden mask.After the first hour we were given time to explore ourselves which we used to enter ...
... through a water pipe) after dinner. It was a lot stronger than then the flavored ones you get everywhere that the tourists usually have! It gave me a head spin after just one breath in! After we were boated back to the other side of the Nile and headed back into our hotel. On the way we saw a wedding lots of colour and noise! The next day or a few hours later. We were woken up at 3am so we could join the police escorted convoy down to Abu Simbel. They have a police escort so they ...
... Cairo was long with most of the time spent stuck in traffic. The city was chaotic….yes that’s the word. But nothing new…it reminded me of any major African city, where honking was a method of communication between drivers. Pollution, loud noises, illegal street crossings….I LOVE IT!
My first night in Cairo, after settling in, dinner at a Lebanese restaurant! I know, I know….who goes to Egypt and ...