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... endless desert with clusters of white rock formations resembling icebergs, mushrooms, or some sort of extraterrestrial terrain (or see our pics below). The white actually comes from decomposed sea urchins that lived in the area millions of years ago when the Sahara was covered by water. Luke and I both agreed we have never seen anything like it, and if you ever make it to Egypt, you have to add it to your to-do list! After a picnic lunch ...
... to Cairo airport by the Viking representative and checked in by him. There were few problems because Lufthansa pilots were on strike, but was
sorted out by United. Soon we were on our way home after the most wonderful trip of a lifetime and a greater understanding of the remarkable Ancient Egyptians. It was a great group
and we made a lot of new friends
Thank You, Viking River Cruise and Amr Shaheen!
... I had organised to catch up with Mohammed, who was my tour guide last time, so we met him in the coffee shop that Ahmed was waiting for us all in. We had dinner out with him and had a nice catch up. He isn't working as a tour guide anymore cause of the drop in tourists but is now working as an English teacher at a international school. After dinner we headed back to the hotel and to bed ready for our early morning the next day. We had decided to do a day trip up to Alexandria, which ...
... of Greco-Roman medical achievements and they have the ability to write down their own observations and experiements. Just imagine the scientific progress that can be made with the accumulation of that knowledge! Remember how in Timbuktu I read that text on contagious diseases? That information must have come from these hospitals! The progress these Muslims doctors make for the medical world is astounding. The only one that Ibn Jafar has taken me to so far is Mansuri ...
... Tut Ankh Amun which wasn't the biggest or most glamorous of tombs but it was found fully in tact and unraided by thieves. His mummy was kept inside for viewing and we later saw all his riches at the Egyptian museum in Cairo. Now that is an impressive museum! We had a 3 hour guided tour and we barely skimmed the surface of all that was inside. Other mummies we saw were the golden mummies that were a little unique and then many at the Egyptian museum. I had to laugh at the one ...