Tiba Pyramids Hotel
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... and change back into normal clothes. Then, we left the hotel at 10:45am and took a cab back to the CAI airport. Our ride was 39 minutes and cost us $16.27. Our flight to Jakarta, Indonesia was at 12:30pm. We were going to miss Cairo Egypt dearly, but we were so excited to visit Jakarta Indonesia. _______________________________________ ________________
EGYPT FACT SHEET
... be boring without it.
everyone keeps asking me why do I want to go to Egypt, all I can really say is this:
I want a new life experience
I want to embrace a new culture, the muslim culture one that is complete opposite of what I am like
I want to travel
I want to meet new like minded people
I want to make a difference
I just like to embrace challenges and take up every opportunity that comes my way. life is too short to just wait for ...
... at giza. I discovered the cairo metro is crazy cheap, easy to navigate, but not a pleasant ride. The train cabins are so stuffy that it really made me appreciate every other metro system I've ever been on. On my return journey, I witnessed just how crowded and chaotic then metro can be. The metro cabin was packed like sardines when I tried to alight, and I suddenly felt like I was a baby in stuck in a birth canal. I was getting pushed out by ...
We woke up bright and early this morning (no jet lag!) and after breakfast our group boarded a bus for Memphis. Along with us are a local guide who knows all the history, a driver who weaves our bus through the streets like he's on a motorcycle, a facilitator/translator who makes sure everything goes smoothly, and a bodyguard who's packing heat. They're all quite friendly and helpful.
On the drive down to Memphis, the birthplace of Moses, our local guide talked to ...
... under his coat. We learn later that the Egyptian Department of Tourism tracked us every day we were in Egypt.
We set out to the Mena Hotel in Giza via the Ring Road around Cairo. This road has no lane markers. Actually, no roads in Egypt have lane markers. You go as fast as you can and change lanes whenever the spirit moves you. Your horn is your best friend and you use it frequently. For the next ten days I will be amazed by Egyptian drivers. Traffic ...