Postcards from the Middle East – Day 2

Continuing in Cairo there is a great sense of desire go be of assistance to one another, known and unknown. This is exsmlofiex in the traffic, although not busy because it is Friday, the Islamic day of prayer, the superficial chaos of the traffic reveals a real ability  to make way ford others. Having visited Memphis, the first pyramid at Saqqara, and the great pyramids and sphinx at Giza we saw much of the real Egypt. Unemployment is currently at 40% and average income around E£2500 (AU$400) per month you can understand the things poverty brings. Egypt looks like a developing country, but feels like it has things taht have been lost in so-called developed countries like Australia.

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One Response to Postcards from the Middle East – Day 2

  1. Fady Issa says:

    I call them ‘warmth and contentedness’

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