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... Tut's tomb, breaking through to it while working in another tomb) Our guide is young and walks that way. She takes off down the valley and I am not the only one that is having problems keeping up with her. But I am the only one that says something (I see relief on some of the other people's faces.) We visit three tombs during this tour. Our guide explains that she cannot go in the tombs with us since they do not ...
Safaga,is a working port on the coast of the Red Sea, brings you close to
what may be the world's greatest open-air museum -- the temples and
tombs of Luxor (what was ancient Thebes). "Close" is the important word
The bus ride from the Red Sea port to inland Luxor, which is in the Nile
Valley in central Egypt, is 3.5 hours each way, making for a very long
day. (Full-day shore excursions run 15 hours or more, and nearly
... scans and x-rays and had to spend the night. I went to visit in the afternoon and her first words were "I got off dish duty" so I knew she was in good spirits and was doing ok. I spent the evening reflecting, years and months of dreaming and planning and it was almost over in a split second. At the end I guess tomorrow will make yesterday seem fine, but I am feeling ...
... they survive. Soon we arrived in Luxor.
Luxor is one of the reasons to see Egypt. It is located on the Nile River and caters to tourists. The area was originally known as Thebes.There are three major attractions in addition to the Nile, the longest river in the world: The Temple of Karnak is the largest temple in the world. The Temple of Luxor, another ...
... finished, the taxes go up tremendously, so everyone just moves in when the building is half done and then slowly works at completing it someday.
While the first part of the trip was mostly desert (although studded with transmission towers for mobile phone service), the country quickly became green and abundant when we reached the area with irrigation from the Nile. Donkeys and donkey carts were still the prevalent mode of transportation. ...