Paradise Inn Windsor Palace Hotel
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... sandwiches (spicy refried bean paste on pita bread, served with pickled vegetables) for breakfast. We sit at a small table along the sea eating our breakfast, drinking tea and chatting about Amarna. Whenever I think of Alexandria, this will be my first memory. My second will be the delicious seafood feast that Mohamed and I shared on the last night, followed by sheesha and tea at a seafront cafe.
I was very sad to leave ...
... better than nothing. We had a quick stop at a gas station and we saw how petrol is pretty cheap here compared to New Zealand. It was 45c for a litre of petrol.
As we drove up north to Alexandria Hosny was driving on a highway at speeds ranging from 80kmph to 120kmph. The real scary part about this was not his driving but the number of people that crossed the highway while cars were trying to break speed limits.
At 10am we arrived at ...
... the money, and surmised that the lack of garbage collection in certain poor neighborhoods is a way for the rulers to “punish” the people for demanding a change in government. Whatever the cause, the blight was quite shocking and a reminder how long Egypt has to go in trying to build a new form of government and improve life for average citizens.
This “Downtown Alexandria” was a really lame stop, built in solely for tour participants who wanted ...
... an Alexandria expert). It felt like she was on holiday herself and kind of did whatever she wanted, stopping to talk to every Joe Bloggs on the street.
The attractions were not that great compared to what we had seen elsewhere in Egypt. We went to the Catacombs – an underground burial site (which were quite cool) and the Roman amphitheatre (which wasn't much. The guide took us to the information board at the ...
... in Egypt, they take this really seriously, in fact, an entire section of downtown stretching for maybe 6 blocks is turned into a “mosque” with giant carpets laid out in the street where it seems every man in the city comes to spend the night praying and reading the Quran. Quite an impressive sight to see.
But I’ve got to get some sleep tonight: tomorrow I’m determined to get my ...