Boats float on the river Nile in Cairo- REUTERS-Asmaa Waguih
CAIRO - 24 November 2019: In a report entitled “Embracing the Madness in the City of Beautiful Chaos” in the British Express, Joe Miller highlighted the bustling and pleasant atmosphere of Cairo.
Miller’s report described Cairo as a city full of colors and beautiful smells, stressing that a visit to Cairo cannot be an inactive experience and that these loud voices are what makes the city so wonderful.
The report monitored scenes from the Egyptian street, such as taxi drivers at the airport, and the sounds of thousands of minarets.
"Cairo is a safari for the ears, an aural amuse-bouche. Even the dead of night is sound tracked by traffic, music and boat horns echoing down the Nile," Miller's report read.
Miller then continues to describe the vivid colors and scents of Cairo; "Across Africa's biggest city, endless brightly-colored markets and street stalls do their best to invade the eyes with the scents of a dozen countries' cuisines arriving on every breeze."