Paradise Inn Windsor Palace Hotel
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... a ticket and you are free to go in and sit down and read any of the books. There were plenty of books in English.
Spent time in a small museum which had a well chosen selection of artefacts from early periods.
Last place on the visiting list was the Roman column from Greco Roman period. It is the only ancient remain left standing in Alexandria. We wanted to visit the ...
... private I am sure we had more time in Cairo than the people who used the coach. However being 5.30 PM we immediately entered a traffic jam which held us up for some time. Car drivers in Egypt are the worst I have ever seen. The procedure seems to be to enforce your intentions squeezing your way through The mass of cars working your way across lanes to achieve your objective amidst a constant cacophony of car horns of various ...
... woman who was waiting for friends to finish their tour. She spoke about the effects of the revolution, and explained why the streets were so full of garbage. The contracts were signed with a foreign company who gave kick backs to the former corrupt government. When this government fell, the garbage company stopped working although they are still being paid. Since the ship was leaving earlier than we had originally been told, we ...
... we decided to try our own thing in actual Alexandria itself as the port is close to town. We left after breakfast and found some tourist markets on the wharf where Scott bought a kaftan and head piece which will be fun for a fancy dress night. They hassle you a fair bit and I don't really like the touristy souvenirs so after a quick walk through we headed out of the port. The security checks your passport and visa before ...
... my friends. Ultimately,
I hope that I will start to think of this place as more of a home rather than an
untraditional study abroad destination. I want to jump in and be fully immersed
in this culture rather than dip my toes in.
All in all, I’m having a fantastic time. I’ve met countless
wonderful and interesting people here who will surely become great friends. Ila liqaa, until next time,