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... or the ship come to that) ever arise.
I must admit, that by this time, I was looking forward to a rest day by the pool, and we made ourselves comfortable in the large double cabanas, having bravely fought off the advancing Red Army using only our bags, towels and sense of resolve. It used to be the Germans and the British who battled over the sunbeds, but we have both been usurped by the Russians who seem to have invaded large parts of the Red Sea (they ...
... Hurghada to the base for Sunset safari's.
Our first obstacle is language everyone speaks either Arabic or Russian except us and a young couple from Romania. Apparently they did not realize they had English speaking guests today. The Romanians join us and after a while a guide with some English is found to help us. We suit up with head coverings, goggles and gloves and get a ...
... River Nile.
Another day of sheer amazement of the sites. The Luxor temples had many columns still standing and repairs were underway to try and preserve them. These columns had an area at the top that would accommodate 100 people. These columns were massive in size.
This ride back on the bus in the evening was an experience from hell! The bus driver decided to take a short cut that was supposed to shave off 50 km from ...
... sightseeing in Aswan, Kom Ombo, Edfu and Luxor, Karnak temple. Time permitting optional day tour to Abu Simbel may be included which start and end in Aswan.
... and cultivated land.
The villages consist of many small plots that are farmed by families. Tilling their plots is done by hand.
As we drew closer to Luxor sugarcane dominated. I saw a couple of tractors though most of the work was performed by men pushing plows , women weeding, and crops being placed into baskets. The produce was loaded ...