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... got 40 minutes and could have stayed longer. The painting is very fine and the colours, which are original, are amazing. You cannot take photos inside so we bought a book of photos. As we were there we went in 3 more tombs in the Valley of the Queens - Queen Titi, Princes Khamwaset and Amenhikhopershef. Interesting is that the queens are shown together with the King in ...
... despite what the others in the group say, they aren’t all bad and just trying to make a living, there is no need to abuse and swear at them (as per Alex)
I left the Luxor temple until late so I could take photos with the lights on, it gives the whole place a magical quality, that is how I like seeing the place
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Founded perhaps as early as the reign of Ahmose, but begun certainly by the time ...
... 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 ...
... did fill us with confidence as he filled the balloon with hot air – a good start. As we seamlessly lifted off the ground we took in the glorious views of the sun rising over the Nile. Sadly the wind didn’t blow us over the Valley of the Kings and Queens as I had hoped but the memory of that morning will go down as one of those “pinch me, am I really here doing this” moments. And all the more special for sharing it with a loved one.
... to swim across the canel but didn't make it. Good laughs, and then 10 of us headed the last 30km to Luxor! Which was pretty uneventful, cursing at 25km/hr chatting about everything, especially food and saddle sores. Once we arrived in Luxor, we were greeted with some throwing stones! seriously! Thankfully no damage. Getting the campsite was simple and down a alley way, through a blue steel gate, all directed by the Police (guys with bit guns!). No pictures of today's ...