Tiba Pyramids Hotel
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... All along the banks of the Nile when you come close to a town you can see all the boats lined up abandoned. It's a bit sad to see. At the loch we got the experience of dealing with the venders in boats. They throw up scarfs and all sorts of things onto the boat so you can look at them. If you don't want it you throw it back and try not to have it land in the water. If you do you haggle with them and then once you agree on a price they throw up another item and you put the money in ...
... story involving the wife collecting her dismembered husband from all over Egypt and giving him life so they could have a child together. Don't ask me for the names as they all blur together. The other story I found interesting was Hatsheput who was a Pharoh for years but was a woman but she ruled as if she were a man. (Basically ruling because she took power from her step-son). She even made statues of herself with the fake beard and the mans head covering. In the end her step son ...
After leaving the oasis, alchemist and I arrived at a Coptic monastery. It is a big white castle. It has a semi-circular roof and a cross stands above the roof. Strangely, the roof was opened several windows. And at this place, the ...
... not Arabic) in Old Cairo, it's a peaceful area built up of worn yellow-washed walls and dusty lanes, a poor area but with a feeling of communal care and a very honest and natural beauty to it. Our concert will be in a special street of arts venues and artisan workshops. Rather than the usual jumble of tottering tower blocks, this is an empty cobbled street strung with lanterns and lined with flat roofed white-washed houses, with painted ceramics, jars and ...
... officially kicked off. We arrived at night, in early December and were surprised at how warm it was – We left Barcelona 10 degrees and arrived to 19. We spent the next day relaxing by the pool of the hotel and meet up with our awesome tour group that night. The group consisted of A LOT of Aussies, a dozen or so kiwis and a few token Brits. We kicked off our getting to know everyone with a Nile dinner ...