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... understand," I said. "I'm not coming back to Dubai! There must be another way!!" I had to email a request to the manager explaining the situation, attaching a copy of the receipt, a copy of my passport and advising of bank details where I would like the money transferred. (After a few emails back and forth with Dubai I have now received a copy of the receipt for the refund but it is almost a week later and I am still waiting for the money to appear in my account!). ...
... and the the temples are inside. It was definitely worth the 4 hour drive. Originally I was thinking of taking a trip through the Sahara, see the desert and hit some oases. I was on the fence, as I've had some experiences driving through the desert. The ride back through Abu Simbel made up my mind, after driving for hours and seeing a vast expanse of desert. I was skipping that part of the trip. If my biggest rest in life is looking back and wishing I spent several days ...
... night, I found nothing. Suddenly a crowd of war refugees shown up, they came forward, bit me nearly to death and robbed my gold. I don't want to come here again. This is the end of my jouney. Throughout this whole journey I learnt a lot of philosophy, my way of thinking changed a lot. I appreciate everyone who helped me in this jouney. ...
... and the cosmos, and the garden of creation.
The wall around the temples were built in mud, ash and straw (representing creation), while the everlasting temples were built in stone.
After the second gate there was the hall of columns. It represents the garden of creation and was depicted with the ground, the sky and the flowers and trees.
The obelisk is a Greek word for needle. The top of an obelisk looked like a pyramid and was ...
... had organised for us to have a group meeting at 7pm to go over the itinerary and minutia of the trip, so we headed down to the lobby, and met up with the rest of the tour group:
Laila and Isabel, two Kiwi friends who were making their way towards London via Southeast Asia, Egypt, Jordan and Turkey;
Emily, who had been living in London for a while and was on the way home to Australia;
Mel, another Aussie who had been touring Africa ...
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