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Aswan Nubian Village
Alex and myself went over to an island, the Movenpick hotel is on there, so we went to have a look, see what was there
The hotel is very nice, but seems a tad expensive for us travellers, but the ice cream was in our budget, and it was worth going there just for the ice cream
We sat with our feet dangling in the ornamental pool eating our ice cream
The hotel seems deserted, we ...
The group is split over two feluccas for a two night excursion on the Nile. The boats have a tall single sail, a rudder and are made entirely of wood. The two man crew are local Nubians who live on Elephantine Island in one of the remaining Nubian Villages. The wind is strong so we make good time to the lunch stop, not far down the Nile. At the anchorage there are a number of domesticated animals sheltering in the shade of a huge mango tree. Cows with their calves, a ...
... FORCED to do nothing (since that's really hard for me to do, as many of you know, like REALLY hard).
I don't think I've mentioned how hot it is here, so please allow me to say it: It's fricken hot. Like HOT. I have never gone on a trip where it is CONSISTENTLY this hot 24 hours every single day. All the Aussies are used to it, but this Michigander is sweating bullets. Today was 105 degrees. And even though we're sailing, we mainly ...
... in perfumes. They had a lot of the brand name essences which was cool and it was interesting to hear about the different uses for the oils. While it was pretty cheap at about $15 I didn't feel the need to buy anything there. We were then taken to our fulukah ride which is a boat without a motor. It was a beautiful day and it was a pretty chilled out day. Half way through we were transferred to ...
... more I am angered at it… while there’s no doubt there is a huge positive financial and social impact that the dam has had on the citizens here (more power, clean water, irrigation for crops, etc etc), it’s a little alarming to hear how many precious relics from ancient times, effectively the beginnings of mankind, have been destroyed or damaged in its seemingly hast construction.
As we finished our wanderings of the temple grounds, we realized our little ...
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