I've learned so much during this trip, it was exactly how I dreamed it would be - even better. My special thank you to @egypt_aro_tours for taking me to unique places and making my trip extra wonderful. For those who wish to do the same historical tours I did use the code DGB2019 to get 10% off on ANY tour with them. Watch my YouTube video to learn more 😁 (link in bio) ❤ #Egypt#Cairo
Gouna Film Festival 2019 is bigger and better and it's back for more! The highly anticipated event of the year @elgounafilmfestivalofficial has just started and it’s already celebrity-packed with amazing local and international stars who have made us fall in love, made us cry, made us laugh, and made us jump from our seats in horror! There’s a lot of action and you surely don’t wanna miss out on Egypt’s most anticipated film festival of the year! 🎬🎥 #Cairospots #ElGounaFilmFestival
Coverage by @thecairozoom
🔱🔱🔱🔺🔱🔱🔱 Hundreds of outraged protesters have gathered at Tahrir Square in Cairo Egypt, a key site of the 2011 Egyptian Revolution.
Demonstrators are calling for the immediate resignation and removal of Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al Sisi.
Thousands more are expected to arrive early Saturday morning, as Egyptian Security Forces are moving in to attempt to quell the protest.
The country's president is being accused of wasting millions on luxury residences and hotels while millions of Egyptians live in poverty.
Tear gas that has been fired to disperse demonstrators has failed to stop the protest that is rapidly growing in numbers.
Demonstrations are also being reported in Egypt's second-largest city, Alexandria, as well as in Suez and the town of Mahalla el-Kubra which is north of Cairo.
Change is the only constant. You are not the person you were yesterday, not the one you’ll be tomorrow.
Your past actions do not determine who you are now and who you want to become. It’s all just a learning experience.
Today’s friendly reminder is to pause for a moment, acknowledge the guilt and shame from the past that have been following you for a while, sit with the discomfort and perhaps reflect on what’s there to be grateful about and what’s there to be gained from that particular situation. This may allow you to achieve a different, more compassionate perspective.
Once that perspective comes, it’s so much easier to GENTLY LET IT GO 🕊
We are our hardest critics, but it’s only US who can make that change.
Group Named Digable Planets.. Song Called 9th Wonder....Butterfly from Seattle...Lady Bug from Maryland ...Doodle Bug from Philly check your history..They repped New York Like they were from there.. Sold many albums and toured the world more than once..Butterfly singing..I think Scorpio Fixed Water
Group Named Digable Planets.. Song Called Nickel Bag .....Butterfly from Seattle...Lady Bug from Maryland ...Doodle Bug from Philly check your history..They repped New York Like they were from there.. Sold many albums and toured the world more than once..First one singing is Lady Bug Second one Butterfly and Doodlebug was next
🇪🇸El Cairo es la capital de Egipto y la mayor ciudad del mundo árabe, de Oriente Próximo y de África. Es conocida por los egipcios como la "madre de todas ciudades" y la "ciudad de los mil minaretes". Fue fundada en el año 116 d. C., en lo que hoy en día se conoce como Viejo Cairo, cuando los romanos reconstruyeron una antigua fortaleza persa junto al río Nilo.
¿Sabías que? Su nombre actual se debe a los fatimíes, que bautizaron la ciudad con el nombre, Al-Qahira.
┅ El Cairo me resultó una ciudad caótica, el simple hecho de cruzar un paso de peatones se convierte en una acción peligrosa y temeraria, pero una vez estás allí llegas a acostumbrarte a todo ese bullicio, sobre todo porque compensa con toda la oferta cultural que la ciudad ofrece. ¿Conocéis El Cairo? ¿Qué os parece? ┅
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🇬🇧Cairo is the capital of Egypt and the largest city in the Arab world, the Middle East and Africa. It is known by the Egyptians as the "mother of all cities" and the "city of a thousand minarets. " It was founded in the year 116 A. C., in what is now known as Old Cairo, when the Romans rebuilt an ancient Persian fortress along the Nile River.
Did you know? Its current name is due to the Fatimids, who baptized the city with the name, Al-Qahira.
┅ Cairo was a chaotic city to me, the simple fact of crossing a crosswalk becomes a dangerous and reckless action, but once you are there you get used to all that hustle, especially because it compensates with all the cultural offer that The city offers. Do you know Cairo? What do you think? ┅