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... to help him make a decision if he can't himself. I had similar experience to the boy's when he met the King. I was at a bus stop in Paris, and I didn't know where my parents had wandered away to. A man came up to me and said "You can sit here and do nothing or you can go out there and do something". I went out and did something and I found my ...
We were still in Siwa. We had decided we would go around the city & take a tour. We saw many amazing things. Then around 3:20, we went back to the hotel. We packed up that night since we were going to Luxor the next ...
... In 1926, there were three consecutive days of rain and wind that destroyed the historic city that had been around for 800 years. It is interesting to note that our hotel was constructed this way too, so I hope it does not rain while we are here!
In Siwa we are 18 metres below sea level and near the water table. So, that is why it is an oasis and they are able to grow many things like dates, olives and palms.
We were able to walk around the site of ...
... aren't as eager to get out and party during winter, but a fun group.
... and Lange and some of the girls cried for a bit... It was quite funny.
On Tuesday, I finished Three Cups of Tea (my mom has been telling me to read it for years now) and then prepared for a run. However when I opened my hotel-room door, smoke billowed in, accompanied by a foul electrical smell. The power had gone out a few minutes earlier, and we concluded there must be an electrical fire. Sure enough, after I had changed out of my running clothes, we ...