No Shoes Allowed

I had the pleasure of spending some time recently in Egypt, and while the shoe game over there wasn’t anything to blog about, I did want to share one picture. It is from the Mosque of Mohamed Ali at the Citadel, where no shoes were allowed. There was a spot at the entrance to leave your shoes as well as a throng of aspiring entrepreneurs selling drawstring bags to wear over your shoes for five Egyptian Pounds (roughly one American dollar). Most people however chose to carry their shoes.

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