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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... life at any moment, if not to attack, then at least to turn her huge feline head toward you and blink her cat eyes at you in a silent warning. We all were afraid to speak around her, and were hesitant to even creep within arms length of her to snap a quick photo. At once breathtaking and terrifying, heartbreakingly beautiful and eerie.
After a short wander, the exhausted FAM-UH-LEE slogged our way though the heat to our bus, which finally whisked us off to our hotel for the night.
... Egyptians and others. A train arrived and most of these people
crowded on board. This was a seated only
train and we were extremely relieved to have changed our mind with the tour; as
this, along with 2 nights sleeping on board a felucca (raft!) was our intitial,
but accidental choice!! Thank god we
looked into this a bit more. There is
no doubt this would have ended up being 4 horrendous nights – 2 nights ...
... it is actually hard to cross the river. Because of this, we took the public ferry across. As we got on and off the ferry, we were bombarded by people offering us boat rides. the only positive part of this is we have perfected the few Arabic phrases we have come to learn, mainly "leh shokran," or no thank you (though the thank you part tends to get lost after repeated offers by the same vendor). After getting across, we made it to the temple located right in ...
After an early flight we arrived at our hotel in Cairo at midday. On the way to our accommodation we visited a Government textile outlet, everything at 50%off (yeh right). We made arrangements with Kate & Nate to go to the Khan el-Khalili markets in the city which was about an hours drive due all the traffic congestion in Cairo. The markets are enormous ...
... to book the desert tour, so we had a private driver and guide. For the next 4 days and 3 nights we visited various oases and sights along the way as you will see in the photos and spent one night camping out in the white desert. Incredible. I think our photos speak louder than words so rather than describing in detail you can see for yourself. Following our 4 days in the desert we spent 2 nights sailing on a felucca on the Nile between Aswan and Luxor which was very relaxing. ...