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Irisheyesoncairo

A tongue in cheek, slightly off beat look at surviving everyday Cairo life...with a few handy hints thrown in

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I moved from Belfast to Cairo....sectarian strife, welcoming hearts, political maneuvering, revolutionary dreams sure it's a home away from home.

Cairo is a wonderful, crazy, miss match of contradictions, heart wrenching poverty, next door to designer retailers and each of you will need to find your own balance. How you choose to go about it will either enrich your life giving you life long friends and memories, or have you yearning for home. 

So take a deep breath, head out with an open mind and instruct your sense of humour to be on full alert, for the secret to surviving Cairo is to NOT take it personally .

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