Sheraton Dreamland Hotel & Conference Center
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... out even when opened. Footpath grills and seating and lots of odd parking conventions. We don't feel the need to explore much further. We returned to our room not really sure what time our dinner cruise was as we were not told this morning. So we spent a little longer in the foyer waiting than was necessary. We could not call as we have no credit on our phone with the sim that was given to us and we did not want to miss it. Anyway the foyer ...
"It is not what enters a man's mouth that's evil...it's what comes out if it." Muslims are supposed to refrain from drinking. The Alchemist and Santiago had wine together in an Islamic country (Egypt) and Santiago was concerned about it being bad. But, ...
... drove us own to the Nile (as you do) and hired us a private felucca to sail down the river while we had lunch. Felucca's are sailing boats with distinctive triangular sails, which have one big drawback when tourists want to hire them on windless days, so the poor crewman had to pole us up river against the current for three quarters of an hour, before allowing us to drift all the way back down. It's obviously not the Nile that the Pharaoh's ...
... Egyptian eyes. Sure, globalization is a worry, but things are always absorbed into cultures and used in a way fitting to them. So cutting edge 20th Century sound amplification, for instance, in a forthright and emotionally expressive Arab country is perfect for ramping up the music in your tuktuk as you cruise the streets looking for custom, and for the mosque who want their prayer call to be REALLY well heard, and for the streets ricocheting with the deafening ...
... foods so ethnic foods do not intimidate me. I had no prior experience of Egyptian food, but I like Middle Eastern cuisine and thought of the delights that await me here. In reality, Egyptian food was a huge let down. We purposely scoped out Egyptian eateries for local fare, but nothing looked or tasted appetizing. A fan of street food, there was little to be had here. After Jordan and Israel, we were tired of pita bread, but more pita bread we had. Rice and ...