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... to the Valley of the Kings.
The timing was perfect - once we were a good distance up, the orange sun peeked up over the horizon. It was amazing how quiet it was up there, save for the sporadic HISS of the propane tank and fire spouting up into the balloon keeping us afloat. After nearly an hour of floating, we crossed the Nile and started to drift closer to the ground. As we got closer, we could start to hear all the city sounds - roosters, donkeys, dogs, cars.... a ...
... on Karnak, look rather primitive to say the least.
We ventured out of the hotel most evenings, working our way down the top 5 recommended restaurants on Trip Adviser. Dan insisted he wanted authentic “Egyptian” food, and we were amused to find that his No. 1 choice was owned by the very hospitable Laura from Lancashire and served a reasonable veggie shepherds pie and decent roast dinner! We eventually gave up on our quest and settled for a ...
... metres wide and high) and very long. Al tombs were unfinished as they pretty much worked on them from the Kings coronation to his death so if he died young then he only got a small tomb such as Tutukammen. We then returned to the Ramadus II to kill a couple of hours before our 'Go Bus' trip to Hurghada on the Red Sea. The 4 hour trip to the coast would eventually take 5 and a half hours as a ...
... they are long, one-way tunnels into a very different world indeed.
This part of the West Bank of Luxor is away from the Nile River and its canals and irrigation, which means it is in a dead-dry unshaded desert, warm even in early February. Egypt, of course, is the gift of the Nile, a narrow intensely fertile belt surrounded by rough desert that is among the driest on earth. The soil was considered fabulously rich in the ancient world because annually ...
... actually happened. Of course that wasn't the case. I did get a chance to chat with my buddy Rob for a bit, up until the power in the city went out for about an hour. In that time I walked around the city for a bit, making my way back to the hotel just in time for the power to return. By that time I went to the next door sisha cafe while I drank a fanta and called Rob back. I met the rest of the group at the top of the hotel for the sunset ...
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