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... t going to work, as it would leave some of the girls sitting next to locals, which was right out. From what I saw, everything seemed to go alright, and I think most of us managed to get at least a bit of sleep.
I managed to sleep a little, but not as much as I needed. The seats were reasonably comfy, and reclined a bit, but there were people constantly moving up and down the aisles, getting on and off, and the lights were constantly on, so the conditions ...
... and fez maker areas on our prior visit to this big bazaar area. This time we walked over which took about the same time as our first in the taxi!
Over half the market was closed because it was Friday! The old medieval gates and mosques are there to look at. We had hibiscus tea at the famous El Fishawi's restaurant in the heart of the tourist section of the market.
Then Dave went into the ...
... second set of
pyramids sit in lonely grandeur and around them some of the most incredible
tombs, containing hieroglyphic carvings and wall paintings whose lasting detail
and definition I still can’t believe. I don’t know quite to what extent the quietness
of this potential tourist hotspot is to do with the revolution, but as sole
visitors of the Red Pyramid, we clamber its steep side and look out over the
desert back to Cairo.