Paradise Inn Windsor Palace Hotel
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... to spend in our pocket. We had been told not to even say “no thank you” to them and that is hard. They will follow you, step in front of you, work their way between you and a companion so if you don’t watch it you are going in different directions. Our guide handles the money and the vendors for the camel rides so that she would not give them any money until all the people were back on the ground. We drove to many ...
... the river as it winds it's way to Alex.
The rising sun casts pinky light over the fields as we fly by workers stooping to tend the fields, donkeys kicking up dust as they pull their carts down the lanes, palm trees laden with deep red dates, brickabrack houses, villagers wading in the shallows of the river and sooty buses and mopeds on the roads.
A few hours later we pull into Alexandria on the northern coast, 2nd largest city in Egypt and ...
... making up the structure. Souvenir vendors were everywhere, which was not surprising given the very low average wage and current political and economic upheaval and heavy dependence on tourism. Next the Sphinx, equally impressive given their size and the fact that they had been chiseled out of one enormous piece of stone. Our next stop was to board a river boat for a trip along the Nile. We had lunch on the boat consisting of typical Egyptian food and some local ...
... heavy Cairo traffic it was 6pm. One of the reasons traffic is so heavy during this time is because people are rushing home to breakfast (break Fast) and have their first meal of the day.
Once we were dropped off Lucky and I talked with Raymond and Hiliana about the Egyptian museum. One of the lads from the hotel ordered food for us and it was Kosher. It cost us 25Le around NZ$6 for the two of us. The meal was tasty as It was layered with pasta and ...
... Field Marshall Rommel. This marked the beginning of the end of Axis powers in N. Africa. There is a large military museum as well as a poignant cemetery set in this sea of sand.
Entertainment tonight was a fine violinist from Italy. He did gypsy music, “Marriage of Figaro”, “Barber of Seville”, and ”Fiddler on the Roof."