Our train arrived at Giza around 9am, and we quickly departed and headed for our bus to start the last day of our tour. First stop was a mosque and citadel in some of the oldest parts of Cairo. Afterwards, we headed out to the Step Pyramid. Built by Imhotep, an ancient architect in Egypt, this pyramid is the earliest pyramid ever build. It's design lead to plans for the true pyramids, such as those in Giza.
Afterwards, we visited another bazaar, and did some final souvenir shopping, before returning to the Victoria Hotel. After a hot shower, we headed back to Giza for the Sound & Light show, where the three Pyramids and Sphinx are lit up with coloured lights and lasers, and the story is told of how they came to be, and some insight as to what happened in those times.
Dinner that night consisted of local Egyptian cuisine, including Stuffed Pigeon. Sadly, there was very little meat, and it was stuffed with lots of rice, so it tasted ok, but not very exciting. Headed back to the hotel afterwards , and started to say goodbye to people who had to fly out that evening. It was sad to say goodbye to everyone, but after exchanging email addresses and Facebook connections, we knew we'd all stay in touch.