Tiba Pyramids Hotel
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... a hot day. After returning from the pool the dreaded engine wall noise was back. This time we went back to the lobby to complain and we ended up getting a new room. This room was nicer, cleaner, and most of all quieter. This room only had two twin beds together to form essentially a king bed. At least we won't feel each other moving around at night.
We watched Wayne's World (with Arabic subtitles) in the room before going to bed. Good American classic movie.
... They said his actual name was Moses, but I added the Snowy Buster Sr. to its name because it was white. We rode the camels around the dunes near the pyramids and took some more great photos. There was a little boy there who guided two of the camels, he wasn't even afraid of the over seven feet tall camels! Riding the camels was fun so it made us sad to leave them. Then we went and saw the Sphinx. We took lots of funny pictures with it. After that we went to ...
... itself. I've noticed that giving change, or correct change isn't a big thing here. One time when going to the bathroom the attendant held up five fingers, yet politely showed no intention of giving me change for a 10 pound note. Another time the attendant held up a 10 pound note, I gave him one, then he motioned for the remaining notes I held in my hand. I refused and he let me go ahead once it was clear he wasn't getting any more. ...
... the technical guy - needed to take a ticket number and wait - lots of people there but all in different numbering systems depending on why they were there. Problem was that the technical guy was first of all having his meal break, then after this was at his prayers. When he finally came back and looked at my laptop - turns out I had the wrong dongle as I upgraded the Mac software to Yosemite from Snow Leopard - and is a bit advanced for the dongles they ...
... at noon we met up with 4 others from the group and made our way towards a local eatery called GAD as this was recommended. When we got there it was again falafel and shawarma for lunch, great thing about this place was that they served males and females in different lines and with the ladies line being much shorter the girls went in whilst the lads waited outside.Lunch devoured we made a plan to head towards the grand bazaar or Souk as they are called. The souk itself was ...