Saray Hotel & Apartments
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... ve been told, this is the standard daily routine:
Wake up, pre-dawn, for your morning meal (called sahur) that will help get you through the day. Should you have difficulty waking up at 3 or 4 in the morning, not to worry, the traditional and extremely loud drummers that roam the streets at these hours will make sure you are awake - no alarm clock or religious interest required. I can speak openly about how damn annoying those drums are ...
... chips here, as it would be utter culinary blasphemy to make that comparison. This fried fish had the most delicate of batter and did not taste fried in the least. In fact it was perfectly cooked with the result tasting more baked than fried. Delicious, delectable, truly scrumptious. I am reading about each step of our journey in a magazine called "The Bay Express" and, based upon tonight's affair, must take issue with the very first three sentences which reads ...
... Egyptian people want the same things any citizen of any nation would want: chances to educate, work, and otherwise live a happy existence with a government that is responsive and well-representative. Mubarak seemingly played ball on a fair amount of regional issues, fostering a certain level of stability in the middle-east. As fantastic as that sounds, if it was done with blind eyes and deaf ears to domestic needs such as poverty, ...
... to get checked out, and was prescribed some antibiotics. Hopefully those will do the trick.
Living here is turning into a strange mix of love and hate. I still miss familiarity and home (especially when I'm feeling terribly sick or tired and my appreciation for the amazing situation I am in is lacking), but feel good about the purge of the old and incorporation of the new. I've definitely had my "I hate Turkey" days, but in the back of my mind ...
... see are jellyfish. Hundreds of plate-sized jellyfish drifting right by the surface. It did well to remind me of my physical setting. The rest of the ride was beautiful, climbing and descending tall green hills, going through battered towns and ever more rectangular, uninspiring, and rather depressing apartment complexes. And more on that note - Each town is a mix of completed, semi-thrown together buildings situated directly adjacent ...