JAN 26 – 08 MARCH 2014

Cairo

Here is a small picture impression of the city of Cairo, the Pyramids and a visit to Jos and Adrienne Strengholt.

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We entered Egypt via Aswan.

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The river nile. Picture is taken in Aswan.

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Below you can “see” the Pyramids… The weather enroute from Aswan to Cairo International Airport was pretty bad with a thick fog.The fog prevented us during this flight from seeing the Pyramids from the air. Later on we had to fly from Cairo Int’l to the airport 6th of October to refuel and that gave us the opportunity to see the Pyramids from the air.

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Enroute to the Pyramids (by taxi) we had to cross through the city of Cairo and its traffic.

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We visited Jos and Adrienne Strengholt enjoyed a glass of wine on their rooftop terrace.

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Picture above right is of the “City of the Dead. This is a huge “city” where the dead are burried in old houses. Nobody lives here except for the dead.

 

2 thoughts on “Cairo

  1. Valt mee hoor, maar Egypte is wel een stuk duurder dan de 60 eurocent per liter die we in Saudie Arabie betaalde per liter brandstof

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