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  7. Jun 23,  · Hi Samira. Dalia was also dancing at the Casablanca and I saw Layla, the American dancer, dancing on the Nile Maxim. They were both very good. I also went to the Palmyra and, although the dancing wasn't quite up there with the stars, it was worth it for sheer entertainment when the dancers stopped dancing and started arguing with the audience!

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