Safir Hotel Cairo
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On the first day for Santiago to prepare, he was worried. He didn't know what to do, he didn't know how to turn into the wind and he wasn't an alchemist. It was a day of confusion. The second day, he spent all his time on a cliff speaking the language of the world to the desert. Gazing at the horizon and watching the sand. The third day he did the same thing, and then soon had to prove his capability to the chief. I stood at the top of the ...
... There are many, many Egyptian workers in the building who's purpose is to help us out. We are all treated as equals and are all important to the school. I was told there was an agreement that for every foreign worker, the school must hire two local workers. This is AWESOME because the building is super clean all the time, there are people who deliver supplies to our rooms, make copies for us, deliver the copies, help when we have a question or a problem. ...
... Hole. It is a sheer drop into an abyss surrounded by coral reef and abundant marine life. Snorkeling was incredible! Fish and coral everywhere! The colors of life down there are utterly amazing. Sun rays lit up black, orange, blue, yellow fishes and highlighted purple, yellow, green coral. What a happy fishes! What a dazzling sight! I hope the government will protect this area as tourism is bound to pick up.
The pushiness of the taxi driver was only ...
... to the fullest. The surface looks like it was sandpapered smooth with some 2000-grit and the proportions and small muscle and bone details on the limbs look like the product of modern machinery. The statue shows Rameses in full dress with belt buckle and head decoration, all millimetre perfect. But this was all done by hand thousands of years ago. On a small scale this would be highly respectable, but for something that looks to be between twenty and thirty metres tall, carved from ...
... The latter had three smaller pyramids built for his wife, his concubine and his mother.
We first discovered Keops. Our guide explained much of its history. We then climbed it, the base that is... It is illegal to climb the pyramids but a section of Keops is open as it leads to one of its openings. We could have gone inside but our guide did not recommend this for safety reasons. Each bloc is over one meter in height; its length varies from two to ...