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Egypt Tourism: Written in Oil
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Egypt Tourism: Written in Oil

While outside a mosque in Khan al-Khalili, we saw a man who was writing the holy names of God and the prophet on people's hands with oil. He saw us and we saw him, so we asked what he was doing and he showed us.Related Posts:Places to Visit in Egypt: Khan al Khalili (video)Visit Egypt: Muslim Girl Jogs with Us in Cairo (video)Egypt Tourism: Lydian Practicing Arabic with an Arabic College ...
Egypt Tourism: Lydian Practicing Arabic with an Arabic College Student
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Egypt Tourism: Lydian Practicing Arabic with an Arabic College Student

When we visited Cairo in 2016 for 8 weeks, Lydian and Jennifer took Arabic classes through Cairo University. In this video, Lydian converses with a student of Cairo University in Arab-lish.Related Videos:Lines in the Sand: Speaking Arabic in Cairo, Egypt (as a Woman)-- By Jennifer ShippVisit Egypt: Muslim Girl Jogs with Us in Cairo (video)Stellar Encounters at Orman Park -- By Jennifer Shipp ...
Visit Egypt: Muslim Girl Jogs with Us in Cairo
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Visit Egypt: Muslim Girl Jogs with Us in Cairo

On our 2016 visit to Egypt, we often went to Orman Park to jog. It was a unique view into Egyptian culture, since we often interacted with locals when we went there (paying a small admission fee, asking for pictures, high fives, etc). One day while we were jogging, a Muslim girl started jogging with us.Nearly every day of the two months we spent in Egypt began with a jog at Orman Park. Cairo is a big ...
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