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Today we visited the Catacombs and New Library of Alexandria which is supposed to be the 3rd largest in the world. We also visited Fort Qaitbay which was a defensive stronghold on the Mediterranean coast. Another site visited was Pompey Pillar which was erected in 293 AD. There were 400 pillars but they were removed to form a barrier for against invading ships. 27th August. This morning we left Alexandria for ...
... I had not been sick, but did have stomach cramps. We did not make it down on time for breakfast, but Hanny gathered some pastries and fruit for us to take on the road.
Mohammed and Hanny were our travel companions for the journey to Alexandria. We were able to stop at a pharmacy and get Imodium before leaving Cairo.
Bill and I had taken Gravol before we departed the hotel, so we both slept in the car on the way ...
... did not have any desire to go out into Alexandria. I however, wanted to go out and take photos of the street life. Our friend Bill said he would go out with me - he likes to meet the locals and ... well ... Bill could almost be an entire travel journal in itself - but to make a long description short - he is an artistic recycler.... While I was looking through the lens of the camera - Bill was looking for recycling materials in the garbage on the streets. One of ...
... happy, so I think they’ve had a successful morning. One man, a very friendly Osama (of course he jokes about his name), calls out a greeting and asks me if I want to see the fish. Of course!!! We chat in a mix of English and Arabic – I’m surprised because his English is very good. He’s picking prawns out of his net. He also has a pail full of red snapper.
After a visit to the loud, busy fish market, we ...
... weird, they had a lot of Canadian stores like La Senza, Spring, Aldo.... Very weird. The thing that really surprised me was the amount of women fully dressed in Muslim attire. I have seen a few women like this in the past in Canada, but to see so many of them all together it was really interesting. Not all women are dressed in this way, but some only have their eyes exposed... Meaning they are even wearing gloves while walking through the mall.