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... roughly 3000 b.c.- 30 b.c.) B.C.!!!!!!! Think of how OLD that is?!?! Simply amazing!! Unfortunately, no pictures were allowed in the Valley of the Kings due to potentially fading of the color in the tombs.
After visiting the Valley of the Kings, we visited the only queen to ever sit on the Egyptian throne, Queen Hatshepsut. It's actually quite juicy how she came to rule Egypt!! Back in the day, kings were able to have more than one wife. However, their first wife ...
... our rooms and dump our bags. I headed straight for the hotel’s free WIFI at the bar, but it was terrible – so absolutely no chance of uploading photos to this blog. I got to check emails but that was the best of it whilst sipping on a wide cup of cappuccino. Today is a day off the booze.
The Sound and Light Show at Karnak Temple was ok but packed with people so it was difficult to get a good posie to see what ...
... it's because most of the funny incidents involved me observing other people. Like watching out tour guide dance and several others trying to follow suit. So I'm just going to crash out in anticipation of a blog in which I can actually provide a few interesting insights. If I can come up with anything. Maybe I'm getting bloggers block. Is that a thing?
PS - I'm being destroyed by mosquitoes. This is the one time being tasty is not ...
... beneath a floor at Karnak less than twenty years ago.
The West Bank of the Nile in Luxor is where the great tombs are located, the Valley of the Kings, Valley of the Queens, and Hatshepsut’s Temple, as well as the Colossi of Memnon. In essence, the east bank of the river was for the living, the west bank for the dead. The Valley of the Kings is a strange place, sort of the largest and fanciest mausoleum in the world. Each tomb was prepared for ...
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From what I have seen Luxor is perfectly safe. I have not felt unsafe once since we arrived. The locals are just so thrilled to see tourists that they are incredibly welcoming and friendly.
I will continue to update this blog day by day as our trip progresses but, in the meantime if you would like to contact any of the people who are taking care of us I will provide contact details.
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