On the wait:: who says only blocks are for stacking? Camels make swell stacking toys as well!
Anyhoo, we went, we bought the tickets, we waited... and waited and waited some more for our English speaking ferry tour/guide to arrive. People came and left, tours came and left and we were still there... waiting!
Finally, I realized (yelled hysterically at anyone in sight) that it's only a cheesy theme park, and we should just get reimbursed and take off . So we did...
"let's go have lunch at The Azhar Park, and then call it a day" suggested my sanity retriever.
But then we got lost on the way back.
"umkay" I mumbled...
Please allow me to revisit my lameness (the actual pyramids or a cheesy fake pharaonic village?) tough one huh!
It was AWESOME!
So after absolutely despising Egypt, I fell back head over heals again. And this summons Egypt for you friends. It's a constant battle between mad love and gruesome hate. You can't take it lightly, it's intense in every possible way.
We had an early dinner at (as my wise one remarked) "The best Pizza Hut in the world!"
Remnants of the day washed down the girls bath water, it even lingered on in my girls hair the next day. Sand can be quite tough to get rid of. We love it nonetheless.
I have so many shots from the drive to the pyramids neighborhood, the carriage ride and from the desert. But I am going to be kind on myself and on you, and stop with this amount of photos. 2 hours are indeed enough blogging time. (Had a long phonecall conversation with my mom, put the food away, and finished my bedtime routine,while still waiting for the photos to upload!)
We'll see how long I last.