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... than on the Corniche. A stroll along theis seaside promenade is a must. Plus, you can always stop and admire the vistas at one of the European-style cafes.(taken from our daily cruise paper)
Kent's view of Egypt..Ciaro...DIRTY, full of garbage all over the streets, and very aggressive trinket sellers/camel suppliers/tourist trappers! But he loved seeing the pyramids and linked up with a couple on the tour ...
... us in the Coptic language and opened up some of the smaller chapels for us to see the ancient carvings and paintings on the walls of the monastery. We came across a small bat that had been injured the day before to find that it had passed on. He thought we should bury it - so we did - and at the conclusion of our tour he asked us to join him for tea and to sign the guest book. We were looking through the guest book and this is when he told us about the time before ...
... Returning to Cairo, it seemed too loud, too busy, too crazy. Alex was a relaxing way to finish the trip. But now, I think it’s time to go home. My graduation from University of Liverpool is in 2 weeks (yes! I had a very successful result for my Masters dissertation). Then we’ll be flying to Palm Springs for Christmas before I know it. I’m looking forward to seeing family and friends in the US and Canada.
xx Suky ...
... over a car accident. I was explained in Egypt you have to get insurance to buy a car but once it expires you don't need to renew it! So when people get into a car accident, they get out of their respective vehicles and fight it out! It wasn't actually that violent, they pushed each other around a bit then went back into their cars... Mohammed just laughed and said it was normal. So on we went, into another traffic jam! This time, Mohammed saw a short ...
... practice is to pass off snaps of disgruntled/confused foreigner as 'best friend', cousin, girlfriend, or wife.
After dark, Alexandria friends Kat and Rosie take us to a trendy egyptian hub where new films are screened and young writers to watch out for talk about their books. We sit out in the street talking over sheesha and turkish coffee, as various students aquaintances of our hosts come and go.
We stay in an the incredible flat Rosie ...