Safir Hotel Cairo
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... and everyone is a little tired from the trip, but I'm hoping we can build a little more of a camaraderie over the next week. We're broken up into 3 groups, based on our travel schedules and optional add ons and such. Team A for life, yo.
The drive from the airport to the hotel took about an hour. I was kind of overwhelmed by the sheer size of the city. It feels much more industrial than I expected. It smells like a mix of open fires and industry, not unlike the smell of ...
... but after many problems and negotiations with the male rulers over various issues of which they were not pleased - she began dressing as a male in an attempt to exert her dominance, even wearing the usual fake stick on long beard that many Egyptians wore. There is a huge statue of her in the museum.
It was truly fascinating to visit the museum...especially with Yessa who is a very knowledgeable Egyptologist who has studied for many years. He explained that as ...
... were on the same flight from Dubai and were in business class with me (we had met before when I played in Australia) and they are at the same hotel. We have just had breakfast with them before do a bit of exploring. Went down to where we are playing to have a look and watched the Egyptians practice. They were very welcoming and I might go back later in the day for a practice(our official practice day is ...
... the streets are that have encroached almost to the point of knocking on the front gate. Leaving that behind us though we headed inside to rub shoulders with the Pharaohs or the multitude of other tourists as the case more realistically is. The first pyramid is the Great Pyramid which standing an impressive 139m and imposing itself across the area is a sight to behold and little question it is a wonder of both the ancient and new world, it is also our first opportunity ...
... were assaulted somehow, and shot the attacker, I would most likely die anyway, for being a woman that shot a man (the attacker would likely be a male rapist or pimp). But I don't think it would make a difference where I live now. As far as I'm concerned my area is pretty safe and I wouldn't even really need a gun unless I was out dressed inappropriately at 2:00 in the morning in like Compton or downtown. Friday Page ...