Latest in Tag: Maadi Highlight
Latest in Tag: Maadi
The group sentenced on Saturday is part of a group of over 1,000 people arrested on the third anniversary of the revolution
Detention of 22 more detainees arrested from Dokki on 25 January is renewed
The three female defendants, including Nazly Hussein, known for supporting and providing advocacy for detainees, were fined EGP 100,000
Detainees’ conditions in Egyptian jails worsen
Organisation decries the continued preventative detention of 25 January anniversary detainees
Attacks targeted Sinai police directorate building, military vehicle and Cairo Satellite building
The new restaurant serves authentic and tasty food in tasteful surroundings
A large line up of comedians takes to the stage to raise money for charity
Khaled attempts to carve out a niche for music psychology in Egypt.
What I learned from my successive visits though, was that what La Vela does best is prepare down-home Italian fare.
Government opens new technological projects in hopes of pumping more investment into domestic market
Get to know the only Frisbee team in Egypt.
“Between the opposite ends of two ridiculous extremes, lies a true Egypt (without a true Egyptian)!”
‘World Finance’ awards Egypt ‘Best Water Project, Middle East & Africa’ award
A gringo wearing an authentic sombrero and a poncho will be roaming the streets, and whoever manages to find him wins a free burrito with any order made
Al Kotob-Khan bookstore in not you average book seller; it has empowered civil society since the 25 January uprising and closed its doors on 28 January, famously called “The Friday of Rage.”
Some detainees spent three days in custody
The Bookspot advertised for used books and visited leaving ex-pats to buy up what they did not want to take back home
City-bound traffic on Cairo’s Ring Road is at near stand-still after a fuel truck reportedly flipped and spilled its load across the road, blocking all four lanes.
There are some great restaurants here but over time I discovered that what Maadi does better than anywhere else in Cairo is Asian food thanks to the large Asian community located here.
The Garden is unlike any other in Egypt; it has beautiful arbors, Japanese architecture, fish ponds, and little statues of Buddha surrounding an artificial lake. Though the lake has long since dried up, the beautiful image of the statues counteracted by a dilapidated building in the background still provides a beautiful, albeit melancholy, visual pleasure.
The railroad that traverses Maadi seems a relic from a time long past; grass grows between the iron rails and the trees that grow on the sides of the track join high in the air to form a tunnel of leaves.
The Revolutionary Socialists founded the Ayzeen Naeesh (We want to live) campaign
In 2009 El Sawy decided against closing the bowling alleys and decided to “rebrand, renovate and re-launch” and Bounce! Bowling and More surprised everyone by becoming highly popular.