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... the hotel, and met up with the rest of the family at about 6:30, and headed out via boat (again) to officially start our day of exploring.
The Valley of the Kings: The Final Resting Place of the Royals
This is something we've heard about for days now (years if you count the history books you study as a kid). This is the are in lower Egypt where the mummies of all the kings were kept in incredible tombs. Each king would have their tomb tunneled or carved out of ...
After passing through the Gateway of Anguish, Yemen on one side, Somalia on the other, and then cruising up the Red Sea, it was with great excitement that we docked at Safaga Port early in the morning. We ate breakfast whilst watching the sun rise from behind the Red Sea Mountains and cast its early morning glow over the desert and flat roofed buildings of the town. We were in Egypt.
We gathered in our designated meeting spot, passports in hand, ready for ...
... went to sleep, but we were that stuffed it didn’t matter. I’m sure she’s in this bed somewhere – or maybe swallow up by the alley down the road.
The Egyptologists and historical purists may shoot me, but I must say that the Luxor in Las Vegas ***** on this Luxor. It’s a black diamond Pyramid Hotel in the Nevada desert, with luxurious rooms – a nightclub that rocks on a Monday night with ...
... a bit insane. I opted for the hotel room, not to shabby, the owner is not happy, single person, single pay in a double room. But the offer was to good to give up, no hot water, no pay. Oh the water is HOT! First shower since leaving Cairo, oh what a treat! showered with clothes on, the water ran brown for some time! Hair feels so nice and clean, not to mention can brush it. Washed a few clothes and pulled everything out of the truck. The sand! no wonder why the bags are ...
... is a truly breathtaking view! Ali came to find us that evening to give us a mobile phone so he could contact us and us him.
Today, once again with Ghada, we went to Luxor and Karnak temples. These were both beautiful and as usual Ghada was full of facts and fabulous stories about everything we were seeing. She also, for a very reasonable price, had some silver cartouches made for myself, my partner and my son with our names in hieroglyphics. ...