Safir Hotel Cairo
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... puts into your passport before you get the stamp.
We met a few people from our tour - two women, a mother and adult daughter from Brooklyn named Mecca and Omi; two Southern looking boys Nathan and Zack; a single traveler whose name escapes me now.. it's a little strange, on all my other LivingSocial trips there's been a sense of "group" or "family", everyone would introduce themselves. This trip feels a little more disjointed. I suppose since it's such a ...
... president as he was a previous defence minister and is known to be a very strong leader. It was also interesting to hear as Yassa said, that historically the people want their king/president to be a 'fighter/warrior' and a strong person. I guess this makes sense. A previous kings of Egypt had to be warriors in order to be king. This was a problem for the few queens that ruled Egypt (Cleopatra of course being one of them). One particular Queen, can't remember ...
... a very obvious observation that during medieval Islamic era that people grew their own food and had a different way of irrigation than present day.In present day food is so much more easy accessible and water too plus cleaner. Here they developed an irrigation system embedded in Umayyad dessert castle where there were fields of agriculture and water systems. They were able to grow agriculture due to the inheriting the well functioning water system from the ...
... am not sure whether to be reassured by the fact that all vehicles driving into the Marriott Hotel are checked by sniffer dogs for explosives and that everyone goes through a security check (like at the airport) every time you come into the hotel! Anyway the hotel is great...it used to be a Palace and is very extensive with lovely gardens. We are on the 7th floor and have a view of the Nile. Two of the ...
... and museums and exhibitions and went on and on and on. Very cool. My time in Egypt came to an end unceremoniously with a 3am flight to the UK (worth ity to save a couple hundred bucks haha). And that was it. 5 months of my African journey has come to an end. I have met amazing people, done incredible things, and seen the most breathtaking scenery (I think) on this planet. But my journey isn't QUITE over as I am now in Liverpool for the next three weeks for my course and I am super ...