الثلاثاء، 24 سبتمبر، 2013

Tour of the Egyptian Museum

Saturday, 28 September, 2013 at 10:00 a.m.

For reservation: call: 0100-67-68-2-69

or email: ahmed.seddik@gmail.com






Testimonials:

On ABC News:
http://abcnews.go.com/International/video/back-beginning-christiane-amanpour-moses-pharaoh-pharaoh-exodus-18086799

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Witty and enthusiastic.
Arguto e pieno d'entusiasmo.

Lonely Planet
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In Ahmed we found not only an amazing producer, but a great resource
for all things Egypt. His offhand knowledge of Egyptian history, of
pharaohs and antiquities, of hieroglyphics and pyramids is astounding.
He can quote ancient Egyptian texts from memory. In many ways he was
our tour guide and history professor on top of everything else.

Sincerely,

Erin Lyall George

Producer

The CBS Evening News
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He is also particularly good at turning dry facts into fascinating
anecdotes and was often able to entertain and educate us with
interesting stories about Egypt’s history. He is obviously passionate
about the country, its history and culture.

Helena Merriman

Broadcast Journalist
BBC World Service
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His language skills, especially his knowledge of English, are
absolutely first class and he has an ability to express himself in a
manner that many native English speakers would find difficult to improve upon.

Yours sincerely,

Michael Buchanan
Correspondent
BBC News

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“You are a student of the finer point of the English language.”

Hugh Sykes, BBC, the World at One
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My aim was to take a break with a cultural and historic character. And
having Egyptologist and tour guide Ahmed Seddik as my companion made
my adventure unforgettable.

Amira El-Naqeeb, Travel Writer
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The Digger Who Can Figure:
http://fnewsmagazine.com/2011/08/the-digger-who-can-figure/

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"His name is Ahmed Seddik and he is the most delightful, smart and
funny person you can imagine. He loves languages and speaks incredible
English. He talked continuously without notes of any kind during our
tours of the temples at Saqqara, the Pyramids and tombs in Giza,
Islamic Cairo, and the City of the Dead--not just providing
fascinating and encyclopedic information, both historic and modern,
but peppering his monologue with puns and alliteration."

Caroline Moore
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“Ahmed Seddik is the brightest Egyptian I have met since I came to
Egypt. I have found his Egyptological knowledge prodigious.”

Professor Jerry Leach

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