Cairo’s traffic is a psychopath killer by instinct. It poisons you slowly but surely at the end of 6th of October bridge, Mehwar, Remaya Square and many similar common epidemic diseases. Believing that fasting and traffic don’t mix, we highly recommend using Uber for your daily Ramadan rides and here are 6 valid reasons why you should:
1.Since Ramadan is anti-swearing, you can never make it to Eid without swearing and cursing once or twice a day while driving home before Iftar. Using Uber, you can nap from the office to your bed.
2. Going to Taraweeh prayer should be a beautiful and spiritual activity, but with double and triple parking in front of each and every mosque, you’ll never be able to make it before Tahagod prayer.
“Cairo’s traffic is a psychopath killer by instinct. It poisons you slowly but surely at the end of 6th of October bridge, Mehwar, Remaya Square and many similar common epidemic diseases.”
3. If you ever take the insane decision of hanging out in a trendy Khema, you’ll end up paying for valet parking nearly the same amount you’ll pay for your Uber, so why bother?
4.3ozoomat all the time! We are invited to Iftar around town almost every couple of days and managing to drive back home from work then get dressed and drive again to some 3ozooma is insanely hectic.
“Going back home from Sohour right before dawn is only safe if you Uber it Up!”
5.Whether you want to impress your hosts with the notorious Konafa Manga or the trendy Red Velvet basbousa, there is absolutely no way you could park in front of infamous dessert shops.
6.Going back home from Sohour right before dawn is only safe if you Uber it Up!