Pharaohs Hotel & Casino
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... decorated. It is worth going inside and not stressful even if you are a little claustrophobic. On to a typical Egyptian Lunch at "Andrea Restaurant". We really enjoyed the fresh baked Egyptian bread and trying Egyptian cuisine for the first time. Since I love Middle Eastern food, it was quite a treat.
After lunch we proceeded to the Giza Plateau and our first stop was the Camel Ride. Viking had arranged a large group of ...
... the money was found though! I rang the owner Ahmed, explained the situation and how displeased I was about the phone call from his accounts department, especially since the problem with the money transfer was at his end, not ours. He apologised and assured me that the driver would be waiting for us the next morning to get us to our flight to Aswan. Relieved, Dane and I headed to the pool bar. We ordered some drinks and some sheesha and relaxed for the afternoon knowing that all was ...
After our ridiculous overnight bus trip we finally arrived at our hotel in Cairo at 4:30am, two and a half hours later than we were supposed to! We checked in and headed straight up to bed for a sleep, before being woken up again at 7:30. We were so tired. We decided to stay in bed and skip breakfast for an extra half hours sleep, then met everyone downstairs 5 minutes late... Oops! Nardeen was there to be our tour guide for the day, so we all got on the bus with her and George ...
... Koran for the first time, 14 years after Mohammed's death. There are 6,000 verses that God gave to Mohammed. For the first four Khalifs the capital was located in Meccas. Mohammed did not allow images of humans to avoid worshipping Mohammed or people instead of God. He forbade priesthood as people should avoid making money from religion. He proclaimed that marriage is civil not religious.
The root of conflicts within Islam is due to three reasons: 1) The Arabic ...
... even make it turn corners although I think the subtle commands from the camel guy helped.
After about two hours of cool solo camelling we arrived at wadi rum village and met Okla and Mahmoud who were waiting wit the car. Okla was pleased that Al was well filled with bananas so she didn't cry on the desert. Once in the van we started the short run to Aqaba and the ferry that would take us back to Egypt. Okla booked us ...