coo***an"Bedouin" is a transliteration of Arabic, meaning "nomads living in tents". There are tens of thousands of Bedouin in Egypt. Bedouin tribes are really primitive. The houses are built of branches and reeds. The roof is covered with date palm sticks and leaves. Very simple. Only the chief has a mobile phone. He enters the city once every three days to buy food. The dowry is a camel. TE Lawrence once said that the Bedouin lifestyle is hard. Yes, even for the indigenous people, it is even more terrifying for outsiders: a living death. They welcome tourists every day, abandon the settlements provided by the government and insist on living in the desert. I am in Beibei All because of the tribe’s staying for half an hour is the limit. When I stayed for almost an hour, my mentality has really collapsed, and there is no light. When I left, the tour guide said, look up at the starry sky. It is bright, the Milky Way.
_We***56The Burj Khalifa was indeed a wonderful experience. The architecture of this building is exquisite. I enjoyed every minute I was there to witness the Water Dance with the fountain and the amazing floral light changes on the entire tower of the building. I will definitely recommend the Burj Khalifa a place to visit in Dubai