Smaller cabbages but more Cauliflower, lots more cauliflowers
today's market also had more plastic ware;-and woolly jumpers ready for the temperature to drop bellow 30c
one of the geese was being held by a young lady. and being shown to me. the goose was rather distressed so I decided to give it forty winks, and not by slitting its throat.
just passing a bit of my really useful bits of knowledge on, that I have accumulated over my life.
I took the gooses head and held it in the palm of my hand just tight enough to hold the head still, with a finger, stroke the head from the beak to the back of the head, the goose will watch the finger after a few strokes the goose goes to sleep. let go of the head and it falls limp as if the goose is dead, this really got the girl worried and she refused to let me touch the bird again, I suppose the only thought in her head was who is going to buy a dead goose, all meat here must be halal poultry is killed in the home must be seen as killed Halal, then the goose woke up. bringing a smile or was it a smirk to the girls face, amused Dave and Sheila anyway.
the heritage centre is nearing completion
A pool in the siwa oasis see the photos on myegypt web site
the new market has opened behind the old luxor hotel.