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... 8211; supposedly to read but probably to doze!!
Attended a lecture in the Chart Room about Jordan given by a Jordanian national. Key takeaway is never refuse the offer of coffee from a Jordanian as it is an insult!
This was swiftly followed by another lecture about transiting the Suez Canal from North to South. This was very interesting as it showed us the key ...
... annual passenger rides.
Giza, is the third largest city in Egypt. It is located on the west bank of the Nile, some 12 miles southwest of central Cairo. The city's population was 2,681,863. Giza is most famous as the location of the Giza Plateau: the site of some of the most impressive ancient monuments in the world, including a complex of ancient Egyptian royal mortuary and sacred structures, including the Great Sphinx, the Great Pyramid of Giza, and ...
... Only 18 of us on this tour—7 couples, three hilarious sisters from Cuba (now American), and me. One Uzi.
Our first stop was the museum. I made it through the first floor, but the lift wasn’t working, so I didn’t make it to the mummy room (big deal) or the Tut exhibit (that is a big deal). I went outside and waited for them. I did get to see all the stuff from the Old and Middle Kingdoms, my old favorites, like that great fresco ...
... dulu sesampainya di Dumyat Jadidah. Hoiii ramai budak melayu dari uni lain tengah kutip kerang. Makan seenaknya. Kutip kerang ke kat sana? Saya tak kutip. Sebab nobody home dan saya prefer taking breeze walk while being photographer of a day to my dearly friends. Well well, i love taking pics. I love seeing the moments. Balik ke alex sekitar jam 4 petang. Sampai dalam jam 7 malam. ...
It took almost all day to make it through the canal. The sentry guards would whistle at the ship and wave as we floated by. There was a time we had to wait in Bitter lake for 2 hours, while NB ships made their way. You cannot have ships going both ways at once.
On the Egyptian side of the canal you see buildings and mosques and sentries, gardens and farms and oasis, and on the opposite African side you see sand, more sand ...