Sonesta Hotel, Tower & Casino Cairo
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... morning, despite these sights being extremely rich in Egyptian history. While I am certainly not complaining about having to fight off other tourists, I find it sad that there are so few tourists in a country who's number one source of income is tourism. I'm sure the lack of tourists is largely related to fear about the recent unrest in Egypt, but speaking for myself, I have so far felt very safe and everyone has been especially nice since ...
... clear and we see lots of other pyramids on the horizon. Our hotel is close by and we look out on to the pyramids. It is very posh and as we were walking out of the reception area we sensed that someone important was arriving so we hung around. It was the Prime Minister of South Korea along with Police escort, a large entourage plus an ambulance. Don't suppose he will be dining with us!! At night we went to the 50 minute light ...
... cafe. I chatted to the Geelong girl the whole way, who was really nice (but I can't remember her name...) then when we finally got there, the cafe was closing up! They let us order off a limited menu, so Darren got a burger and I got some chips (which ended up being a chip sandwich, because they served it inside a pita wrap!) then we started walking back. On the way back we ...
... love, music and dance, can be represented as a bull
Sacarab - sun rising
Hippo - Tauret rep motherhood and love
Avatar - changes his/her function or shape, regionally
Zig zag - water, three zig zags is a flood
Omar said that it seemed like the museum was busier today than it had been in a long time. but still not that busy, we would often have entire corridors to ourselves and there was no crowding in the Tutankhamen ...
... and they needed to be involved in the revolution. Hamzah, on the other hand, told us that the government had freed those prisoners to intimidate revolters. He also mentioned doing 12 hour shifts in the front door of his house with a gun to protect his family from bad people. Who to believe?
After the revolution, there was less police. While going to Khan-Al-Khalili, we were stuck in traffic for literately two hours when it should have taken us 30 ...