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... they are set out. We came down in a farmers field after watching some locals sleeping on the roofs of their houses.. No roof structure just the top of the house and a bed. We bought the DVD of this experience and then were dropped off for our next tour. The cruise boat had provided a breakfast bag full of fruit, yogurt, dates, juice, water and jam. This was much improved on the gluten bag which had 4 sad cheese small hotdog rolls and a juice. We were lucky ...
... him faceless and keep my mind and heart open to possibilities, but I feel deep in my heart who I want that man to be. After a breakfast of fried egg, the motor boat delivered us back to the bank where we picked up our bus. The bus took us on a short 30 minute drive to very large temple. The temple was unique in the way that it was made with the Ancient Greeks and included an outer wall around the entire temple. This temple was also the first one we ...
... food across the road, McDonalds. We got our meals and got a seat by the window to eat. We had ordered a large meal each, and it wasn't just large, it was American large! It was about twice the size of large meals at home, it was totally ridiculous. There was a kid on the street outside who kept motioning through the window to us, asking for food, so we saved the rest of our chips and Darren's coke that we didn't want and when we headed back out to the van we gave it to ...
... dropping our luggage at the hotel, we headed for the temple at Karnak. This place was so far beyond expectation. Karnak is an ancient temple that was in use from about 2000-400 BC. The temple complex is huge. I believe our guide said it covers about 61 acres. The temple begins with a moat that the Nile once filled until its course shifted. From the water the temple rises to the entrance gate flanked by giant statues. Passing through the gate, you enter ...
... us to give the men in the temple a camel face and ignore them.
We returned to the boat and had drinks and dinner. We retired to the upper deck and enjoyed the breeze and the lights on the Valley of the Kings.
I know this sounds like I am throwing a lot at you, but it all started making sense for us today. Seeing everything on site was was truly spectacular. It was mind blowing and we are looking forward to what the next few days gap has in store.