Tuesday, 9 December 2014

Christmas in Egypt

When Phileas Fogg  and Pasparto visited Egypt benefit to investigate about the Christmas in Egypt  because their hot air  ballon was broken  and this day they knew about of on the eve of January 6, the Christians go to the churches to celebrate. Priests wear ceremonial clothes and all the bells in both the churches and the monasteries ring. The church broadcasts their ceremonies throughout the nation. After the church service, people return to their homes where they dine on soup and fatta which is meat and rice.
The children of Egypt receive new clothes for Christmas along with a few small gifts. Even though it is illegal in Egypt  .Is it thought that Santa Claus, who they call Sint Clas, arrives and leaves these small gifts.
The meal that is traditional in Egypt for this holiday is a very simple diet of peas, beans, cucumbers, dates, figs, and grapes. For the main course families enjoy eating roast meats. The types of meat that are typically eaten are red meats and fish. 

One day one boy helped in the hot air ballon because this boy sawthe person important and then Pasparto and Fogg go to Bombay and say thanks to the boy.


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