La Maison De Pythagore
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... arm in South America. While chatting we witnessed a motorcyclist skid off his bike, get up dazed then dust himself off. Akumamata indeed. On my last day, my Korean buddy and I went to the mcdonalds next to the luxor temple. There we ordered our extra value meals and sat in air conditioned comfort while we admired the temple. I don't know of any other McDonald's with a view of a several millennia old historical site, so I thought our meal was extra extra ...
... at 250 Egyptian Pounds though, which was waaaaay too much, so eventually they threw us up another towel, with the pyramids and camels on them, which they said was smaller and cheaper. We got them down to 60 pounds (~$9) and then Darren got ready to throw the other items back to their boat. They started yelling, telling him not to do it, as it might go in the water, but Ramzy said its ok to throw it back, so Darren put our money into one of the bags and threw them onto ...
... town on the Sinai Peninsula. The flight was uneventful but getting to the flight took a bit of doing. The overzealous baggage handlers were out in full force again, pulling our bags out of our hands, putting them on the conveyor belt, and then demanding payment for the "service. " Those who refused to pay had their bags removed. The guy tried it with ours but I yelled at him and he relented.
Egypt is an adventue and we're loving every minute.
... br> Next is a visit to Karnak in the late afternoon. This site is a vast complex of extraordinary temples, pylons, obelisks and sanctuaries. The Lonely Planet referees to it as one of the most incredible sites in the country, so we decide we better check it out. And the site is fairly impressive which showcases the power and prestige of the pharaohs at over 2 square kms in size. The temples were considered the most important site in all of Egypt where ceremonies were held ...
... from several religious texts. Nice. But shouldn't some, if not all, of the original contents be returned to be displayed in their original location?
Visiting the "Village"