Blog Entries tagged 'cairo'

Travel Blogs Entries tagged 'cairo'

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  • Cairo - Day 12 Sunday March 20We had a day at leisure today, which meant our first day without setting an alarm! We made plans to meet with Kathleen and Barbara to walk around Cairo for a bit. Our guide, Tarek, cautioned us multiple Posted by Cybercsp in Egypt and Jordan | Mar 22, 2022
  • Cairo - Day 6 Monday March 14We are sorry to leave the beautiful Four Seasons Hotel, but anxious to begin the adventures that await. I already have posted some hotel photos, but look at the lovely breakfast couscous station. [img= Posted by Cybercsp in Egypt and Jordan | Mar 14, 2022
  • Old Cairo - Day 3 Friday March 11We started our day with a tour of Old Cairo which, as the name suggests, is the oldest section of the city. We started in the Citadel, a medieval fortification built during the 12th Century to protect the Posted by Cybercsp in Egypt and Jordan | Mar 12, 2022
  • Prologue and Travel Days March 7-8What is your dream trip? Maybe you nurse a desire to go on safari, long to spend a week in Paris, imagine yourself standing atop the Acropolis or feeling the spray of Iguacu Falls. Well, we have been Posted by Cybercsp in Egypt and Jordan | Mar 8, 2022
  • See you at the Pyramids![center][/center] I can't help but mention our trip to the capital of Egypt - Cairo. We were lucky enough to visit the Posted by Vic_IV in Rendezvous with Egypt | Dec 5, 2021
  • Best Egypt Tours Packages On the earth, which is now called Egypt, in antiquity one of the most ancient and powerful civilizations arose, which still attracts the attention of travelers as a magnet. Arriving here today, you will realize that this is an extremely Posted by deluxetours in Deluxe Tours Egypt | Nov 19, 2019
  • Touchdown in CairoWe landed in Cairo in the early afternoon, so we got to our transport to the hotel where we would stay. It was called hotel Happy Cairo. Location was perfect, the rooms unfortunately were a little old and weathered, and Posted by Astreia in Around the world Travels | Apr 19, 2019
  • Welcome to Cairo!If I were to describe my journey in a compact entry, besides cultural highlights like the pyramids and temples, Egypt is also home to impressive landscapes; desolate white and black sand, lime and basalt deserts with bizarre rock formations. Outside Posted by M.J 9-D in Mohammad Jawad's travel blog! | Oct 29, 2018
  • Walk like an Egyptian[img=https:// Posted by javerbook in The Books Review | Oct 18, 2010
  • Istanbul - CairoAt least today should be less eventful than yesterday. A nice mini-bus turns up as arranged to take us back to the now very familiar Istanbul airport. After some confusion about where we check in, we finally have our boarding Posted by Grete Howard in Grete's Travels | Dec 23, 2007
  • The Faces of Pharaoh19th September 2009 The Qantas flight from Germany via Heathrow arrives in the early hours of the morning at the Cairo Old International Airport to a very warm, humid and busy Cairo, it is the end of Ramadan so Posted by Rianda in Traveller Down Under | Mar 7, 2015
  • Alexandria and Cairo[center][/center] Saturday morning, we dock in Alexandria. My phone rings at 7am, requesting that I come down to the medical center. When I ar Posted by Zukini in Zukini's Travels | Mar 12, 2013
  • 4 AM Arrival, Egyptian Revolution and Cairo HaircutsIf there is still glamour in travel there was none of it to be found on our 12:30 AM, delayed to 1 AM Egypt Air flight from Istanbul to Cairo. Too late to stay awake, too short a flight to Posted by TooMuchLuggage in Around the World in 172 Days | Jul 16, 2012
  • What up Giza? The excitement really began when we arrived in Egypt, we were looking forward to exploring such a different culture, not knowing quite what to expect. We were met by our hostel's dri Posted by two_pukeko in Two Pukeko in a Ponga Tree | Jun 5, 2012
  • Shooting the ShishaToday would be our final day in Cairo. After a 10 AM pickup, our van took us along the Pyramid Road from Giza to Old Cairo. At our hotel, they have an old photograph from the 19th century Posted by evilnoah in The Travels of Two Couch Potatoes | Mar 30, 2012
  • Evolution of a RevolutionA year ago, every TV news station saturated the airways with coverage of the Egyptian revolution. It took almost everybody by surprise. People wanted to know what was the root of all this unrest in Egypt? What Posted by evilnoah in The Travels of Two Couch Potatoes | Mar 28, 2012
  • Walk Like An Egyptian*We exited Southeast Asia at the halfway point of our World Tour – not because we were tired of SEA (far from it!) but because it was time to move on to new adventures. We selected a destination that Posted by Baxters in Baxters' World Tour | Jul 17, 2011
  • Back to Cairo===Saturday 16-1-65=== We rose at 4.30 am this morning and got the train to Cairo, arriving about 5.00 pm. It was a rather uninteresting day, another long train trip, back along the way we had come. Only notable thing was that Posted by Ozac in Shoestring Road | Jun 24, 2011
  • Anything to Declare?===Saturday 9-1-65 PM=== At 8.05 pm exactly, the Esperia docked in Alexandria, and I promptly did the most stupid thing I have ever done in my life. Having been told time and again not to declare my Egyptian Posted by Ozac in Shoestring Road | Jun 21, 2011
  • Cairo, Egypt April 2009Last Spring (2009), I traveled to Cairo, Egypt with a group of teachers from New England on a trip organized by Paul Beran, the Director of Harvard;s Center for Middle Eastern Studies. We gathered several times in Boston to Posted by bczlapinski in The Aesthetic of Lostness | May 19, 2011
  • We have arrived in Egypt!We arrived in Cairo about 2:30 p.m. this afternoon. It is pleasantly warm - the weather on my phone says it's about 99 degrees. Downtown Cairo is everything I have read about - busy, noisy, dirty, cars everywhere ignoring the Posted by MeijiBlack in MeijiBlack's Egypt | May 2, 2011
  • Flight ChangeSo we received an "urgent" call from the airline today: the flight from Istanbul to Cairo has been cancelled and all other flights are completely booked through the next day. So we start all over again trying to find award Posted by MeijiBlack in MeijiBlack's Egypt | Mar 7, 2011
  • EGYPT 2011 Posted by sue deegan in Egypt revolution | Mar 15, 2011
  • Democracy and regimes…Those of us who are watching the news today are aware of the recent turn of events in the Middle East. With the fall of the Tunisian government (protests caused the ruling president to flee the country), on Jan 25, Posted by 2011 in A Tale of Three | Feb 2, 2011
  • Organized ChaosI have a theory that says most developing countries run on the basic pattern of "Organized Chaos". This is quite simple really, in a developing country there are usually problems with regards to infrastructure, lack of resources and population. This Posted by 2011 in A Tale of Three | Nov 12, 2010
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