Horizon Pyramids Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... Also the vendors around sites are very pushy due to slow tourism and over priced, fine if your a haggler but that's never been fun for me! The government shops are guaranteed original handmade and Egyptian. We went to the Topaz bazaar where the jewelry is personalized while you wait, and the Carpet school where we learnt how the handmade carpets are made.
Finally back to our hotel for an early night as we are off to the desert in the ...
... where his tears fell, listening to his heart. Two men appeared and thought that he was hiding something. They beat him, took his gold and forced him to keep digging. Eventually he was fed up and screamed that he was looking for treasure. They laughed and thought he was a loser. They left him. The end. For my personal reflection, I really, really, REALLY like this book. Now I think so much more about things, I think differently and I learned a ...
"Do you believe we all have a purpose?" I think it's up to each person to give their life a purpose. Some dedicate their lives to fighting in the army to protect their country, so become veterinarians and help animals. I think we are very privileged to be able to live in such a safe and beautiful part of the world. We can chose a lot of things many people don't have power over, and it's a huge blessing. I'm so grateful to be able to chose what I want to make of my ...
... erm, by extension) of our company. As has happened in so many circumstances here in Egypt, having had some considerable quibbles as to the legitimacy of our presence, we're fast learning that it is better to let go of your bafflement or uncomfortableness over the excessive show of hospitality, and just be happy to be here.
We walk through the doors into the vast ballroom and our jaws hit the floor. Suddenly the exercise in graciousness accepting tonight's ...
... of what we were to encounter in Egyptian hospitality. We were aggressed by shop keepers, camel drivers, restaurants touts, tour operators, and of course more taxi drivers. We even found airbnb hosts to be of the same sort. Mr. Youssef in Sharm, who rented us his apartment, disguised his pushiness with an Arabic/Australian accent, smoothly repeating his best excursion prices and best service, while the others were not to be trusted. Really? He said we were not ...