You cannot call yourself a traveler if you haven't seen the pyramids. You need to get up close and personal with them. Even though so much has been said and written about them, you still have to experience them for yourself. Read up before you go and do it at your own pace, rather than using a guide. And beware of hawkers that will try their best to force you, not always so subtly, to buy from them at highly inflated prices. Steer well clear of the camel drivers - they are arrogant, aggressive and all-but-thieves for what they charge even to just sit on a camel for a photo, let alone going for a ride. Either negotiate firmly beforehand (otherwise it will triple in price while you ride) or even better, walk on your own legs (unless, of course, you have never been on a camel before and don't have any prospects of getting on one soon either).
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