Qasr El Bawity Hotel
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... told him that what one says can be much worse than any alcoholic drink. When we speak, we have the power to change someone's life with our words. What we say is very powerful, and we have to be careful with our words, because they can be dangerous. Friday Page ...
As discussed with words for 'snow' and 'desert', tonight has been a prime example of how a country's vocabulary reflects its standpoint. Tickled by a particularly pouty and angst-ridden pop video recently, Megan and I did a search through various dictionaries to find words to express the concepts of 'corniness', 'unsubtle' and the likes. We found nothing. The fact is that here, to pose against a car in a tight shirt while your mates take pictures of you ...
... There is a church inside the church here.
We then went to lunch with Omar at a nearby buffet. There were lots of other tourist there and the food was pretty decent.
We came back to the hotel and Bill worked on the blogs in the lounge while I soaked up the rays at the pool. I joined Bill at the lounge to avoid the smoke at the pool only to deal with more smoke in the lounge, but at least there was beer!
We cleaned up and took a cab to the City ...
... br> I saw the Old Islamic area and the Citadel with the Mohammed Ali Mosque,
the Old part of Cairo and the Coptic area with the hanging Church plus the huge
Greek burial site and St Georges church. I walked and walked and saw so much
history it began to blur into one. There were times when I just sat and took it
all in. ‘People watching’ at these places was fascinating – so many different
nationalities soaking up the ...
... into a large department store called Spinneys to purchase some things and immediately my eyes lit up at all the foreign names and prices. I found it fascinating to browse through all the different products and clothes that were available. It was an extremely large store that carried items for the home, clothing and food. Basically it had anything you could possibly need. I watched in surprise as May grabbed two cans of drink off a shelf and popped one open, taking a large swig ...