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... The rest of the visit at the market was a comical stroll through the main strip of the market with men yelling a diverse set of “pick up lines” based on which one of us caught their attention. Some of mine were “brown sugar”, “Nefertiti” “rasta lady”’ “Whitney Houston”, and after hearing about my different nationalities, it was “Canada-dry”….. This reference I could not understand but many ...
... we boarded a Greyhound style bus and found Nigel’s bag safely below!! To top it all off…this was all happening on Friday the 13th.
Another overnight bus ride landed us in Cappadocia, Turkey. Goreme is the name of the town we were in but Cappadocia is the more well-known name of the area in which we stayed. The whole area is laced with ‘pigeon caves’ which look like teepees in the hills that are made of rock and are completely ...
... get a bit scared and worry about our decision to fly to Egypt.
The next morning we had a solid breakfast, of mainly eggs, and sat down with our tour leader Hani and the other girl on our tour. They are both lovely and he informed us that there would be some changes to our tour due to the troubles. Firstly we would not be taking the overnight train but rather would be driving as the government stopped the train in May, secondly due to cruise ships ...
... back page of the newspaper (a dedicated "ICT Business" page) was basicly just advertising the latest advances in technology available to Egyptians, another article described how the Ministry of Communication was mulling over banning Whatsapp. Which curiously has over 94 million subscribers in Egypt (according to my information, Egypt has about 85 million inhabitants). But my favourite line in the newspaper must have been the disclaimer on the opinions page, which ...
... Yesir', appears in shorts, flip-flops, an apron and a broad grin – certainly the most hippy thing I've seen since arriving in Egypt – and the two embrace heartily like uncle and nephew. Yesir, I decide, is one of those people who make you feel instantly at home, and we trundle down the track being greeted by a bundle of bouncy puppies as host and friend talk news from round here and news from the Capital.
At the bottom of the track the two stop and turn to ...