We move slowly through Cairo’s crazy traffic. This looks like a hard city to get around in, with people and traffic all tumbled together in a chaotic jumble.
Actually, the whole city seems to be a chaotic jumble, with buildings old and new crushed against one another, towering minarets standing guard, and a miniscule amount of peaceful green space.
It’s all very interesting.
And then there are the roof tops. . . .
Evidently Egyptians don’t like to throw anything out, so every roof seems to serve as “storage” for items that aren’t wanted, but haven’t really been thrown out either.
Like I said, it is all very interesting.