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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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PICTURE OF THE WEEK – SHAME ON US!
IS THIS THE ONLY WAY WE CAN HONOR THE ANCIENT EGYPTIANS FOR SHARING THEIR CULTURE WITH US? More from Egypt soon Brigitte
Posted in Ancient Stones, Art, Egypt, Luxor Tagged Cleanliness, Disrespect, Garbage, Honor, Temples, Waste Leave a comment
PHOTO OF THE WEEK – WHAT A SHAME
We are fortunate that the Ancient Egyptians left us such wonders to admire as these beautiful column bases in the back courtyard in the Temple at Medina Habu on the West Bank of the Nile near Luxor Is leaving our … Continue reading
Posted in Ancient Stones, Egypt, Luxor, Pharaohs Tagged Ancient Temples, Garbage, Medina Habu, Respect, tourists, water 2 Comments
RECYCLING – NOT A NEW IDEA IN CAIRO
…but a way of life. I am talking about Manshiyat Naser also known as the Garbage city. It is not on the itinerary of places to visit by tourist. But on my third visit to Cairo it was on mine. The … Continue reading
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CAIRO’S ROOF TOPS
On my first visit to Cairo, I arrived around 5 pm, the drive from the airport through snail paced traffic gave me plenty of time to look around. Looking up at the buildings around us, there were many mushroom looking shapes peeking over … Continue reading
Posted in Cairo, Egypt, Tourism, Travel, Uncategorized Tagged Garbage, garbage removal, roof tops, Satellite Dishes 8 Comments