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1998 Mystery of History – Day 21

Cairo to London – back to the real world ▲ ▲ ▲ – Friday – wake up call at 4.30am!!!  That’s a bit of a rude shock.  Just as well we finished packing last night as Walid (the tour director) is here to take us to the airport.

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1998 Mystery of History – Day 20

Cairo – nothing to do – nowhere to go – a day of complete relaxation ▲ ▲ ▲Thursday – a leisurely day to recover from the tour.  Did not have a wake up call so we had a sleep in – well tried to have a sleep in !!!!  Let’s just say we got out […]

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1998 Mystery of History – Day 17

Luxor to Cairo – all cruised out & time to fly ▲ ▲ ▲Monday – an early start to the day – so that we can get our things together and settle our accounts for our drinks etc.  We say our goodbyes to the crew who were just so wonderful and thanked them for such […]

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1998 Mystery of History – Day 9

Cairo – Museums & mummies & treasure – oh my ▲▲▲ Sunday – wake up to the sound of traffic, realise where I am and immediately jump out of bed to look at Cairo in the daylight.  Our room overlooks Tahrir Square right in the centre of Cairo and already the air is filled with what […]

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1998 Mystery of History – Day 8

Athens to Cairo – the fish that didn’t get away! Saturday – we wake up to a sunny day and bright blue skies. Have I said that before?  Anyway, we partake of another healthy breakfast and then head off on a little walking tour by ourselves to see the Temple of Zeus.

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