Sheraton Dreamland Hotel & Conference Center
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Into the busy, bustling city of Cairo. As I have already told some of you, the flight into Cairo airport was the most amazing sight. After flying over the Red Sea it is just sand dunes after sand dunes...no green at all. If you look carefully you can see some towns made up of apartments but they appear the same colour as the sand. As does Cairo from the air, helped by the smog. Getting through immigration ...
... The size of the statutes are over powering, which was the obvious intention. It was quite warm, but worth the discomfort.
Luxor temple was smaller, but none-the-less beautiful and grand and right across from the boat.
Returned to the boat for Tea Time. An array of special treats and tea was served on the sun deck. Time to sit, relax and really take in all the wonderful things you had seen. Dinner was served at 6:00pm and there was ...
... where his tears fell, listening to his heart. Two men appeared and thought that he was hiding something. They beat him, took his gold and forced him to keep digging. Eventually he was fed up and screamed that he was looking for treasure. They laughed and thought he was a loser. They left him. The end. For my personal reflection, I really, really, REALLY like this book. Now I think so much more about things, I think differently and I learned a ...
... structures to a panoramic viewpoint at the top of the hill where you could see the three great pyramids and a few smaller ones at the sides of one. It was so amazing! There was a slight desert haze in the air too, which made it seem fake! It was literally like looking at a real life postcard! We walked down to the edge dodging all the people out selling souvenirs and things, who pretty much put them right in your face, then had a bit of a photo session there and got lots ...
... of what we were to encounter in Egyptian hospitality. We were aggressed by shop keepers, camel drivers, restaurants touts, tour operators, and of course more taxi drivers. We even found airbnb hosts to be of the same sort. Mr. Youssef in Sharm, who rented us his apartment, disguised his pushiness with an Arabic/Australian accent, smoothly repeating his best excursion prices and best service, while the others were not to be trusted. Really? He said we were not ...