Staybridge Suites Cairo-Citystars
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... that they insist on doing, but their spatial awareness is mind-blowing. They know to the cm usually just how much room they have to play with.
Got to the phone shop 5 mins before it opened so No 1 ticket issued to us. The taxi driver came with me and spoke to the girl (God knows what tale he told her because Ive no idea how much he has understood about what the problem was), she took my laptop with attached usb dongle away and was back within ...
... the Plate competition, Jayne has a play off today to see whether she joins me in the 32 that continue the next part of the Championship play or she joins Colleen in the Plate. Colleen and I have day off today and will do a bit of exploring as well as going down to support Jayne. I am not up to date on who else from NZ are still in the Championship except that Jenny Clarke and Dallas Cooke are in. Today will finalise that. I have enjoyed the experience so far immensely ...
Today we jump on a plane and return to Cairo the 3 hours in airport and plane beat the 6 in a bus. We are met by Fady or original greeter and Mohamad our favorite driver and head directly to the Mokattam (Muqattam) hills where we see the wealthy section of Cairo then through Zabbalin village (the garbage collectors) where in 1969 the governor sent all the collectors to live to the monastery.
The monastery was built 1000 years after St Simons miracle in 979 BC. ...
... what it would and should have looked like. It was totally worth it. When it finished, we headed back out to meet Ramzy and George and got back in the van and went back to the hotel. We all got out at the supermarket except for Brit and Nik, so we said our goodbyes to them there, as we wouldn't be seeing them again! They had an early bus trip to continue the tour to Dahab, and we were finishing and staying in Cairo. We got off the van, and went to the ATM, which actually ...
... removed when he died, except the heart. It was a belief in the afterlife that the Pharaoh's heart would be weighed. If it was light (not weighed down with sins), that meant he had lived a good life and would go on to the afterlife.
We were then able to walk near the Sphinx and take photos. That was the largest crowd we saw all day, 20 or so people… Again, this is so wrong!
Then we rejoined Omar and Makmood and drove to the New Merit Papyrus ...