Caroline Crillon Hotel
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... toter. The most impressive feat was watching a coach bus cross four lanes of traffic to get to the median, and then stop all four lanes of traffic the other way to pull onto the interstate the other way. Needless to say, I vow to never drive in Egypt. Tonight we fly to Aswan in upper Egypt (which contradictory to thought, refers to S Egypt), so hopefully next time you here from us, it will be sunny and 70 degrees (and we'll have our luggage ...
The last day of the tournament begun with Colleen playing her final of the Plate. I put some of the NZ flag tattoos Marewa Club gave us on one cheek, my neck and hand. She played a woman from England, Margaret Cowman who had a double lung transplant about 4 years ago and subsequently took up croquet for some gentle exercise. The match went to 3 games with Margaret winning the third. Her story is an amazing one and she such a ...
... 3 pm by horse drawn carriages (these ones were well treated and recommended by geckos). It took about half and hour to get from the hotel to Karnak. We had amazing time walking around the huge Temple. We had a few hours in there. I ended up walking around the Scarab beetle again (it's meant to make your wish come true). The column room still remains my favourite. We got the horses back to the hotel and had quick showers and went to the train station to catch the overnight train ...
We have now traveled east and reached Cairo, Egypt. Our caravan got here by traveling on the Nile. It was difficult though because we had to travel by ferry. At least as a river though, the Nile is benevolent and predictable. Since the beginning of Egypt’s history, the river has been the source of the country’s livelihood with it’s predictability making farming less strenuous and travel easy. Now, it serves the same purpose, facilitating travel among ...
... the old one wasn't effective. In Ethiopia we saw huge obelisks in the north (I also learned what an obelisk is and for those that don't know as I did it is a stone pillar made out of one stone). In Aswan we got to see the granite quarry that provided the obelisks for Egypt. We also saw an unfinished obelisk and the poor people working on it had to abandon after completing much of it as they found a crack in the rock. It is also amazing how they put them up but my blog would be much ...