Bob Marley House Hostel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBob Marley House Hostel Luxor
very cheap hostel. We spend 50EP staying two nights. Nice staff and you are allowed to use the shower even after you checked out :)
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... off and hiked up to the area where the tombs are, each one marked with a simple sign and a simple brick or stone entryway. The Tourism Department rotates which tombs are open at any given time in order to reduce the impact on the artwork inside, so once we arrived we were told which 3 Waleed recommended we see. Tour guides are not allowed to lecture inside so we were able to wander on our own, for once.
We visited three tombs, Ramses the III, Mam-etha, and Ramses the ...
... ahead. We were on Bus 30 and finally our group was lead off the ship, passed checkpoints and security and across to the welcoming smile of our Egyptologist, Amira.
The port of Safaga is about 300km from Luxor. Add into this the many, many checkpoints and the wonder of Egypt traffic and what sounds like a reasonable drive actually becomes quite an epic journey! The drive was fascinating. Amira was full of information about the history, politics, ...
... Valley of the Queens for something different - the village and tombs of the artisans who created all the art for the tombs of the kings. The two tombs we visit here have some of the most vibrant colors we have seen so far. After a quick photo stop at the Colossi of Memnon we ferry across the river again to have lunch on our ship. We begin cruising before lunch, and settle in for a truly restful afternoon aboard. We ...
... out. Hello! Hello! Hello! Money money money! what's your name! where you go? Goode bye! Thank you! Just anything they knew in English. I spotted Andy up ahead and made a break for it! Thankfully just in time. 2 cyclist are better then 1! as there is much to watch out for. Children line up for high 5's (not to do this, 1. hygiene 2. they grab your hand and pull 3. Riots (if you hit one/hurt one). It was intense! Plus traffic, tractors, donkeys and all sorts! Lunch truck at ...
... He's taking a gap half-year during his last year of university, and is 5 months into his 6 month trip. Over dinner and sheeshah, we chatted about what we've learnt so far in our travels. His main lesson has been "everything in life is gonna be ok". He was so inspired by this lesson that he got a tattoo of saying "akumamata" while in South America. I found it amusing that a Korean guy got a Swahili saying, popularized by an American film, tattooed ...