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... surname and the words,'CEO and director of Egypt Travel Lux'. I did a quick google search of his name and title and what popped up but some photos of our guide!! I'm not sure why but was pretending not to be the owner. Maybe he wanted to be able to distance himself from the situation so that he wouldn't directly be copping my flack or maybe it's something that he always does hoping to get a tip from the customer on top of the payment? I'm still unclear of why but it's such a ...
... go past as we cruised down the Nile. It was very beautiful. At 3 we went down to the bar, for an itinerary meeting, then at 4 we went back to the top deck for some free tea, coffee and biscuits, and some chill out time. It was very nice. After a while, we heard some voices from the side of the boat, and looked over the edge to see some pirates! (Or at least that's what Ramzy called them!) They had a tiny little row boat which they had attached to the cruise ship, and ...
... Temple of Luxor. We then returned to our hotel and said goodbye to our lovely Egyptian tour guide, Shereen, and had a bit of R&R. Next was a stop for dinner at an authentic Egyptian restaurant with delicious food. We enjoyed a great conversation about spiritual matters with others on our tour and learned more about the Book of Mormon from our tour guide, Bruce Porter.
After dinner it was back to the airport for a flight to Sharm-el-Sheik, ...
... interrogated and finally showed archeologists the Valley of the Kings.
King Tutenkhamun's burial chamber was discovered by Howard Carter in 1922, Because he died at a young age he was buried in a chamber meant for someone else as his wasn't ready, King Tut's mummy remains at the Valley of the Kings and all his treasures from his tomb are at the Egyptian Museum.
We visited four ...
James and Tom opted for the balloon ride so a 4.45am wake up call. The rest of us just had be downstairs by 6.30 to meet them when they came back down to earth in the fields of the West Bank. Headed to Hatchetsup's temple quite early (!) which was nice because it was cool and hardly any people. After this it was off to the Valley of the Kings - it was quite warm by the end of this. We don't have any photos of the insides of the tombs as you ...
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