**This entry was written on-board, somewhere above the earth.
So here I am , on seat 40E in British Airways flight to Cairo. Seems to be a fact of no importance, but two hours ago I have a big possibility of having to go back to Manchester.
I was denied from boarding to the booked flight.
‘I am sorry, you definitely need a visa to enter Egypt’
I was like, hey, all my friends go to Egypt without having a visa! So the nightmarish experience began. One thing I kept firm in my head, I must reached Cairo by tomorrow, on the flight that was to take off within two hours, by all means.
Now we had to weigh a few options.
Calling the Egyption Consulate proved to be of no help, with the operator speaking heavily-accented English, unfriendly response from the officer.
The only possible option would cost me money, it goes like this: change the date of my return ticket, within 2 weeks time from my arrival date (so that I don’t need visa), apply for visa as soon as I reach egypt (which I know is not hard, plus very cheap), and change back my return ticket to the date I planned earlier. Cost me a lot, but the thing is, I want to go to Egypt no matter what. Hehe.
And one hour ago, I felt like kissing my newly-received boarding pass.
Diuji bererti dikasihi, kan?