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Gegen 9 Uhr erreichen wir Luxor. In dem vollbesetzten Bus hat keiner von uns länger als eine Stunde oder zwei schlafen können. Hauptsächlich weil über weite Teile der Fahrt schlechte, laute Filme auf Arabisch liefen. Also sind wir froh als wir unser Hostel gefunden haben und nach einem „Welcome-Drink" erst einmal ein bisschen Schlaf nachholen …
"You are now riding between Life and Death," my taxi driver was freaking me out saying those sorts of things and I began looking for the seat belt I already knew wouldn't be there. "Because the West Bank (where the tombs are) is the Bank of Death and the East Bank with the new city of Luxor is the Bank of Life." His laugh made me a bit uneasy. …
... We gave it some water, but there was nothing we could leave it in for him, so we had to just pour it into the street for him. Hope he's okay! We made our way back through the sellers and back to the van, then started to drive out to an optional stop, the Luxor temple. Sam gave us some information about it on the drive, but for sights it was quite similar to the last one (but not as big), so only Sophie and Nikki ended up going in, and the rest of us went to get some ...
... to the ancient temple of Luxor, which was lit beautifully, and was also an impressive structure. At this temple several things stood out:
1. The ancient Egyptian religion was rooted in the ordiances and covenants of Mechizedek and Abraham.
2. Because of this common origin, the ancient Egyptian temples help us better understand LDS temples.
3. The ancient Egyptians yearned to commune with God and firmly believed in the reality of ...
... for package tourists when in Egypt. The mornings, this time of year in Luxor, are fresh. Midday heat has been bearable but still not the best time of day to be running around in the sun. We planned our Karnak visit to beat the heat and beat the crowds.
After breakfast, at 8:30AM, we walked to the corner, 50 meters from our hotel. A couple of public buses (small vans) passed us as we tried to wave them down. Another ...
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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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