The nicest thing about last night was getting to meet so many other AIESEC interns and AIESEC workers from Egypt! Everyone is so friendly. There were two other American girls and a German girl with us, plus more that I really don't remember.
The really great thing about being here is the respect that men have for women. As Omar said, "we treat our women like princesses." They hold doors, won't let you carry anything, and offer to drive you everywhere. Even when dancing, these guys dance more respectfully, giving the girl space. There was one who is actually very, very good at Salsa. Also, because these guys are AIESEC workers, they're here to make sure that we have everything we need.
All in all, it was a fun night. We got back just a few hours before Ana (Holland) and Thri had to go to work. They said it was by far the latest night they'd had (Sherin and I were feeling fine! We are still on our U.S. schedule!). So, Ana is working from home on here laptop and Thri got up this morning like a trooper and went to work (I'll have to remember to write what she does later, because it's really cool). I woke up at 2 P.M. (a combination of the late night and jet-lag), and I woke Sherin up because we were already late to meet her friend. I'm now waiting for her to get out of the shower, and we'll go start our day!