Pharaoh Egypt Hotel
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- Swimming pool
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... Looking at the list of people on this trip that is very, very unlikely. Maybe my option is to choose him or not him. The answer will, no matter what, be the love for myself. I feel that already. I love myself enough to not get pulled down that rabbit hole. I will only talk with people that are deserving of my love, not ones I have to try to convince to love me in return. I left my hotel and took the 10 minute walk over to the hotel that my tour group was going to be meeting ...
... or contractors. It became very clear that they all had money and didn't think anything of traveling around the world on a holiday. It was also clear that they didn't know how lucky they were. Fascinating.
Yesterday, we honored Peace Day and talked about people who have little or nothing. I was impressed that most of my kids felt it was necessary to give to charity or help those who went without. There will be a clothing drive for a school in Ethopia later ...
... Apophis - was represented as a snake, was the snake enemy of Ra which had to be defeated during the darkest part of the night
Hathor - the great mother was represented as a woman with a disk and horns on her head, she was the cow goddess of the sky, goddess of love, music, beauty and joy; greeter to the hereafter; wife of Horus
Horus - was represented as a man with a falcon head, was the guide of the hereafter, protector and guide in ...
... Some had wigs. Some had their original hair dyed with yellow henna. Some were disfigured from the way they were killed. One of the mummies had skin so well preserved that it was possible to see the pockmarks in her skin from smallpox. I also enjoyed the giant mummified Nile crocodiles and fish. Next, we spent some time wandering around Tahrir Square. If you look closely enough there are still some signs of the revolution—graffiti, tents, large stones strewn ...
... coloured patterns later
we’re on the run again, back to the main road and into a minibus towards Dokki
district and yet unknown the teaching institute. Somehow, I’m clutching a newly
bought blue cotton shirt and it’s 2.40pm. First twenty minutes successfully
executed. Despite everything, I am impressed. It goes downhill from here though,
and trying to find the institute melts into chaos involving wrong numbers, a
bus driver scam, ...