Category Archives: Cairo

Egyptian Fashion

We are used to seeing women wearing Hijabs and top seblehs and Gallibayas but there are other choices!!!!!! More from Egypt soon Brigitte Advertisements

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CAIRO – DO YOU LOVE YOUR CAR?

It is certainly tender loving care which hides somebody’s treasure!                           Seen on the streets of Cairo. More from Egypt soon Brigitte  

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PHOTO OF THE WEEK – MAY I HELP YOU?

NO THE PYRAMIDS ARE NOT OPEN TODAY – COME BACK TOMORROW! More from Egypt soon                                Brigitte

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Photo Of The Week – A Smile Changes Everything

Do you like Kiwis? You don’t? Well, this smile will make you change your mind. More From Egypt Soon Brigitte

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Egypt – A Place Of Contrasts

The rooftop of the Hotel Fairmont in Cairo looked reassuring, architecturally beautiful and  well-kept – in contrast the roof tops of the houses surrounding the hotel was another story……….. More from Egypt soon! Brigitte

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Egypt’s Daily Life – Friendship!

Happiness does not depend on what we own – but on friends to share our life with!             More from Egypt soon Brigitte

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Wives – how many can you have?

History tells us that the Prophet Muhammad had lots of wives. But in the Quran it says that a man can have 4 wives. I think the Prophet must have had special privileges because until now the number allowed is 4 – … Continue reading

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EGYPT’S DAILY LIFE – HOLDING YOUR HEAD UP HIGH

Since ancient times in many countries like India, Africa, Egypt and the southern states in the US, just to name a few, people transported – balanced – goods on to top of their head. And in Egypt today it is a way to carry something … Continue reading

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A DECORATED HOUSE – A STATUS SYMBOL

Any Muslim whose circumstances permit it, is asked to make the HAJJ at lest once in his lifetime. Successfully completing the HAJJ,  a pilgrimage to Mecca in Saudi Arabia  is one of the Five Pillars of Islam. In 2015 fourteen … Continue reading

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YANNI FULFILLING A DREAM

I have just listened to Yanni’s CD that was recorded while he was in concert in front of the Pyramids. It was a huge success, but among all the excitement and focus on the event, one touching human story emerged. … Continue reading

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