Egypt

There is now a direct flight from Kinshasa to Cairo with Egyptair!

The flight is around 600 USD. It leaves at midnight and takes 5 hours and 50 minutes. The plane is a Boeing 737. It’s a bit old and there is no inflight entertainment. You can watch the overhead movies 😀

The food is simple. There are obviously no alcoholic drinks served. You can have a Pepsi or some juices.

The airport in Cairo is nice and big.

It’s a bit hot in July ie 30 to 35 degrees in the shade. Maybe go in December or April or June if you want cooler weather. Evenings are still pleasant.

Here are a few pictures of the city and the various places I visited.

A sunset seen over Zamalek from Al Azhar Park, an Ismaili funded park that charges 15$ if you bring an SLR camera
A boy came across my view. Picture turned out nice.
Cairo at sunset
Al Azhar Park
There’s a small lake in the park
The main walkway through the park
The Muhammad Ali mosque in the Citadelle
The Sphinx and pyramids of Giza
Tourists are quite fun to watch sometimes
A chandelier being repaired in the Muhammad Ali mosque
Some beautiful Egyptian art on display at the National Egyptian museum (pink building)
Landing in Cairo. View of the Nile.
Sunset over Cairo
The city seen from Al Azhar Park
The same sunset
An artificial palm tree telecom antenna
Al Azhar restaurant
The National Museum of Egyptian Civilization
Muhammad Ali mosque
View of Cairo from Muhammad Ali mosque
Inside of Muhammad Ali mosque
Outside of Muhammad Ali mosque
Outside of Muhammad Ali mosque
Not sure what this is
Muhammad Ali mosque
Muhammad Ali mosque
Protection God of ancient Egypt
Figurines
Feet of a golden chair found in a Pharoah’s tomb
Armchairs
Sarcophagus
Ancient statue
A famous Pharaoh
National Egyptian museum
Camel 🐪 owner near the pyramids of Giza

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