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... drive to Luxor today, we have two temple stops.
Komombo Temple and Crocodile Museum highlights:
- This temple was began in 2800 BC, and is the design of M. Hotep, the prime minister to Djoser, the pharaoh who commissioned the Step Pyramid, the oldest man made structure in the world.
- It isn't in great condition overall, but we were able to see the inside of a wall to see how they "locked" the stones into place. They cut out a small hourglass section ...
... br> train, 2 on the felucca. Ugghhh makes me
shudder at the thought!The sleeper train was challenging enough
but still fun. It was good the
attendants got us to change cabins as apparently the fold down bed above us was
playing up and kept falling down randomly.
This would not have been good!Dinner was served, kind of a stew dish with
rice and a veggie bake. We decided to
opt for a half a sleeping pill. I ...
... of Luxor and on the banks of the Nile. The temple was large, though mostly in ruins after being around for thousands of years. Highlights included a massive avenue lined with sphinxes, a giant obelisk, and massive collisi of Ramses. But even inside of the temple, we continued to be harassed by people offering us tours and actually walking with us, telling us things as if we'd agreed to their tour, and asking for money. It was ludicrous. At this point, we were ...
... kilometres of back streets, and a must see if you ever go to Cairo. Some local students approached us while we were in the markets to ask us questions and practice English for an assignment that had been set by their teacher. They were all very interested in our opinion of tourism in Egypt and what the government can do to bring the tourists back to their ...
... in the river which was surprisingly clean and enjoyed a few beers on board and some Shisha. We are in Luxor now for two nights before we go to Hurghada on the Red Sea for 3 nights. We are definitely having an incredible time and Egypt has well and truly exceeded expectations. Love to all, Sarah & Jules xx Julian's Corner: Nothing could of prepared me for the sights of the outer extremities of Cairo, it looks like Kabul, Afghanistan from the news flashes on t.v, accept ...