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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Continental Breakfast
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... Finally we went back to the dock, got in the car and went back to the apartment. The parents took long naps and Wes took a shorter one. I stayed awake and finished my book, stretched and did a few minor chores. Then we went for dinner at our neighbor's house. We ate this rice-noodle soup, some pickled stuff, vegetables and chicken. For dessert we ate grapes like Cleopatra. After we were finished we went back to our apartment and went to bed. That's all for ...
... I've mastered it pretty well. As you walk, you kinda duck in between parked cars to let the traffic through - I walked like an Egyptian! Met our CEO Mayer. Lovely guy, passionate and excited about the changes that Egypt is going through at the moment. He makes many references to the first and second revolutions and it makes you aware of how recent the political upheaval has been. As a Westerner, one of the things that you notice is ...
The weather and terrain is getting hard to over come as we make our way to our destination. I'm starting to lose excitement and would prefer if i was home. We've been ride a camel or going a on foot and my energy is taking a toll. Ugh back in present day you could be somewhere within an hours or days without the loss of luxury because your in a plane. A plane is unheard of here.
We have arrived at the land of the Nile and I'm feeling beyond speechless ...
... level 9 or 10 on a computer game feel to it. At one point a tuk-tuk was coming straight for me at a fair speed, just got out of the way in time when I realised that the driver wasn’t in the tuk-tuk, but was chasing after it - it was driverless…..
Found the bigger Vodaphone shop, opposite KFC and McDonalds but no tech support there until 1pm - 8pm, so decided to risk life and limb and cross the very busy road to go to McDonalds for some ...
... temple they were able to keep this exact angle at the new high location. There are no pictures allowed inside the temple, however for a bit of bakeesh (tips) the guards offer to allow tourists to take a photo from the entrance and hold a anker, key of life and ancient symbol of Egypt. I walked around the temple in a bit over an hour and by 10:30 it was already getting to be far too hot. The group met back at the cafe and waited for the police convoy ...