Hilton Pyramids Golf Resort
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Cairo is an amazing city. Big, dirty, beautiful, old, and modern all wrapped up into one. The people were friendly and welcoming. However it was different seeing women all very modestly covered...even more so than in Jordan. We visited the Museum of Antiquities, built in 1897 and located at Tahrir Square which later became the site of massive …
Today I rode a camel. Hi Ho Silver! I mean Hi Ho Banana, my camel's name you see. My camel ride was nothing that I expected but then again neither is Egypt.
First who names a camel Banana? I never saw Omar Sherif riding out at sunset across the desert on a camel named after fruit, or as my traveling companion's camel, Mickey Mouse. At …
We arrived in Cario and we were so exited by all the newness we forgot how tired and hungry we were. It took a while to load all our bags and get everybody in their respective busses. Once in the hotel we tried hibiscus juice! really delicious. It is not really like the hibiscus tea here but I think that is probably more acurate. Once in our rooms …
the trip was short because i fell asleep for 11 hours. the plane flew upside down for 1 hour. we fell out of our seats. then we landed in egypt yay
hole #10, 375-yard par-4: it's not a dog-leg but a crescent. a crescent right. at the tee you will see a small bunker on the left side of the fairway and from there the fairway curves right continuously to the green with right and front and rear and left bunkers. incidentally, the sand in these bunkers is really fine and very fluid. you can look …
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