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Jan 15, 2010 - Sandboarding

Kerstmis in Egypte & Sandboarding Dit jaar was het geen koude en natte kerst voor mij maar een warme en droge kerst. Helaas betekende dit ook het missen van de sneeuw en vorst. Maar goed ik heb begrepen dat het tegen de tijd dat ik terug kom waarschijnlijk nog steeds zo is. Dus niets gemist lijkt mij. Tijdens de kerst was Yvonne hier en hebben we uiteraard een aantal toeristische dingen bekeken die Jim en ik al eerder hadden gezien. Belangrijkste waren Khan el Khalili, de toeristen bazaar, en de Piramides. Duidelijk was wel dat je met...

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Koen in Cairo

May 17, 2008 - Ismailia and SUEZ!

Well today was probably one of the coolest days we'd had since being here, partially because of the activities, but also because of the freedom given to us for the day today that a group of us totally exploited to our fullest advantage today. I rounded up a group of ten of us yesterday and we all decided to make a trip outside of Cairo, and a bunch of us wanted to see the Red Sea, so we decided on the Suez Canal! soooo We all got up at six, loaded up at breakfast and launched our day on the Wa-Wa van at 7am! We arrived at the Canal at about...

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May 27, 2007 - Port Said to Ismailia

28 May 2007 We went through the Suez to Ismailia yesterday. A pilot boarded Jennifer and he was on board for the entire trip. See photo of Pilot who chained smoke through the entire trip which was about six and a half hours! For the big ships the canal is a one way street and there are passing lanes so to speak at points on the canal and the ships go through in convoy but for us it was no problem. At several points along the canal are pontoon military bridges on the Egyptian side ready to be floated across to Sinai which although it is part...

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