He was walking 4,250 miles (6840 kilometers) from Rwanda, through Tanzania, Uganda, South Sudan, Sudan and Egypt along the Nile River from its source to its end in Rashid (Rosetta) Hagabi, Niquabi, Christian, educated or illiterate, all categories of women we have talked with during the past two months, as part of A Project With and About Women in Egypt Inside it was clean and bright with lots of good display cases and a wide variety of meats.There was beef, lamb, veal, chicken, turkey and duck and cuts of meat ready for roasting. July 7, 2014 … It was my sister’s wedding party in Beni Suef, 120 km south of Cairo. During this time, I was attending a summer internship at the Center of Arab West Understanding.

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  • Walking the Entire Nile River

    One Man’s Dream and Reality. “I’d encourage everyone to follow their dreams and take risks” –Levison Wood

     
  • El Sitat Fi Om el Donia

    A Project With and About Women in Egypt. Hagabi, Niquabi, Christian, Muslim, Nubi, Bedou, Zaeedi, thick, thin, educated or illiterate, everything in between and much more are all categories of women we have talked with during the past two months,

     
  • Attending a wedding in Beni Suef

    July 7, 2014 … It was my sister’s wedding party in Beni Suef, 120 km south of Cairo. During this time, I was attending a summer internship at the Center of Arab West Understanding. I invited other interns from the office who had become my friends,

     
  • Butcher House opens in Road 9, Maadi!

    I was looking forward to checking out the new butcher shop in Road 9 as I had seen it advertised in MM over the past few issues. 

    I found it situated close to The Body Shop and Al Balad restaurant with a large banner showing you the way through the large glass front door.

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  • A visit to a Christian celebration in Maghagha

    During my internship at the Center for Arab-West Understanding I was asked to attend a Christian celebration in Dayr al-Garnus, a place of Coptic importance because the Holy Family  visited it.

     
  • El Sitat Fi Om el Donia

    A Project With and About Women in Egypt. Hagabi, Niquabi, Christian, Muslim, Nubi, Bedou, Zaeedi, thick, thin, educated or illiterate, everything in between and much more are all categories of women we have talked with during the past two months,

     
  • YUM

    We’ve recently made this new food discovery on Road 9, Maadi, and because we’ve enjoyed it so much, we wanted to share it in this month’s hidden treasures.

     
  • A Medical Emergency

    This month marks the one year anniversary of one of those days I will never forget.

    In Egypt, on a Friday, August, 2013. If you were here you might remember the month of unrest, protests, tragedy and curfews. It was a month of sad news.

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