A non Touristic Tour
A non-touristic tour………… We mean it. The non-touristic places that every tourist really has to visit.
Fortunately, these places don’t get many tourists as they are hard to reach or because their names are not musical enough
The list below is showing you few of them and explain in short words why you have to visit them
Tour guide: This is the longest bridge in Cairo and it took 6 years to be finished.
Tourist : Back home we have a bridge the same length and it was finished in a year and half.
Tour Guide: This is Cairo tower, and it took 5 years to be finished.
Tourist : We have a tower back home and it is taller and it took 2 years only to be finished.
Tour guide: The museum of Cairo and it was built in 3 years .
Tourist : You know they built the museum of ...... in 2 years only.
Scene # 2 ( by the pyramid )
Same tourist: Oh WOW what is this ?
Tour guide : I don't know , I was here yesterday and it wasn't there.
Mr. Freeman walking freely in Cairo.
Mr. Morgan Freeman caught yesterday 19th of October walking in the streets of Cairo, Egypt along with Nationalgeographic crew. They looked like they were in a filming mission in Egypt. Mr. Freeman walked freely while they were preparing the spot, he wasn't recognized instantly by the crowd as for the simple clothes he was wearing and the familiar face of him that is close to so many other Egyptians from the south. We were happy to find this surprise in our way while we were touring Cairo with our group.
Other picture for Mr. Freeman by the pyramids.
Free nipples by the pyramids
Our biggest surprise is coming soon............. our book for kindle on amazon is about to be published . The travel book that Takes you through Egypt but this time is not through the eyes of a traveler ... but through the eyes of a local ....... tells you about the horrible, smart, interesting and kind things that tourists have done to his country.
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Women from ancient Egypt
"I owe girls and ladies from ancient Egypt lots of my earnings; lots of my tipping comes because of their fascinating life stories", said Wael one of our tour guides.
When I work and it comes to one of their stories I notice how people are so interested to hear. No matter if they were famous names like Cleopatra and Nefertiti, or unheard of like Isadora and nefert, they can still attract the ears of my groups after the first few lines of their stories. Let's drop some of the few lines and see what that will do to you
" the 17 years old princess who dreamed to rule the world, and in her way to achieve that dream she caused an empire to fall and another to rise. She caused the death of an emperor, 2 throne princes, her own son and her lover "
" one of the most complicated love stories ever, when the 14 years old girl fell in love with her half brother and she wrote him some of the most finest love poems found written on rolls of papyrus, her true love to her brother forced her family later to bury the poems papyrus with her in her tomb".
" She usurped the throne of the country and ruled Egypt for 24 years, made them one of the most prosperous years of the history of the country.......She said she had to jump on the throne and take it by force to save her country"
"There are hundreds of versions of my talk to tourists about Cairo. I don't choose which information I tell when I walk with my group", said our tour guide Mostafa El Faham.
" I don't choose what to tell about the city, the city does. I just walk with the group and the city tells me what I have to say. She may blow the call of the pray in the air and it breaks all the other noises, or she sends some students to pass by us going on their daily journey between home and school, so I talk about the education system. Other times it is just a graffiti on a wall that attracts the eyes and then I have to talk about the stand off that was once here,next to the wall, between some youth and the lines of the securities. Then comes the important buildings, squares or statues. After each tour I have to go back and open one of books to review something that has been forgotten in the crowd of information. Each tour, the city teaches me something new about her. Last tour one of the group members pointed to me at one of the stones that was a part of a wall of 200 years old building, but the stone had hieroglyphics on it, which makes it thousands of years older than the building, it was a part of an ancient temple or a tomb, how it ended up there, and what happened to the original temple or tomb. Sometimes the city loves to embarrass me by revealing one of those mysteries and leaves me speechless.
Walking by yourself in the crowded streets with the heavy traffic may makes you feel chased, but walking with one of our guides will make your journey the other way around. You will feel you are in control and it is you who on pursuit to explore the places that other tourists couldn't reach before. It will make you hear the city and the charming welcome for coming all this way long to visit.
Let Cairo welcomes you, let Cairo talks to you through us.