“In 1992, a powerful earthquake hit the city of Cairo, in which 370 lost their lives, many more left injured, and even more were left displaced. Out of that tragedy, thousands of residents picked up and started over, settling in an area which is now the neighborhood of Masaken Alzelzal – Alhadba Alwosta (which can roughly be translated to Earthquake Neighborhood), located near the prominent Mokattam mountain. Now, it is a bustling suburb of the Egyptian capital with a growing population.”
Sara describes herself as ‘An Egyptian, extremely diversified, super procrastinator chocolate junkie with a memory span of a goldfish…’ Have a peek at life in Egypt through her Friday love list, a weekly list of things she loves.
You can find her at Ramblings of a Restless Mind, where she writes about a lot of things, including Arabic rap music, university graduation and the inescapable exams. Exams are the same for students everywhere, aren’t they?