Siag Pyramids Hotel
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... crops and agriculture Egyptian style. No paddocks of course but they grow lucerne for the horses,donkeys and camels which were numerous at the pyramids..The roads/ highways are something to experience....cars going the wrong way down highways, no lights at night, complete wrecks of cars driving, and some hair raising times. We saw 2 bad accidents on the way today but our driver was a good driver...we have a driver plus a guide ...
... pyramid is only a meter or 2 smaller than his fathers but built on slightly higher ground to make it appear larger! The third and smallest of the great pyramids, is Kafra's sons (therefore Khufu's grandson) Menkaure's (Mikerinos). I can not describe the feeling of standing beside these amazing feats of construction and actually placing my hand on the stones. We climbed up a small ways on the pyramid but did not enter as they have been ...
... vans need to leave in a convoy with a police escort for security, this has nothing to do with the current security situation, but has been around since the 1990s when there was an Islamist insurgency in Egypt. But since the police are getting their cut from the tour agencies, it's not going away, if you want to hire your own car or take the bus you don't need an escort, if you need proof. The only reason I didn't do that is there is only one bus to Aswan, which arrives at 12 ...
... is so friendly to tourists. Sometimes people stop you in selling goods to you but sometimes people stop you only trying to give you help to travel in their country. They are so happy that we visited them during this difficult time of their country. We told them by showing the picture of the pyramids as we couldn't speak Arabic. We followed their instructions and got on an intercity minibus which costs ...
... my carry on bag to double check the rubber stamps I had and a multi-tool. He determined the stamps were harmless and the multi-tool didn't have a blade longer than allowed, so let me keep them. He did take my sun screen. I had taken a huge tube and forgotten to stick it in my checked luggage...boo,hoo. In New York I was worried about the multi-tool, but they didn't give it a second glance and it was no problem getting it into Egypt. In fact, it was not a problem ...