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... and the the temples are inside. It was definitely worth the 4 hour drive. Originally I was thinking of taking a trip through the Sahara, see the desert and hit some oases. I was on the fence, as I've had some experiences driving through the desert. The ride back through Abu Simbel made up my mind, after driving for hours and seeing a vast expanse of desert. I was skipping that part of the trip. If my biggest rest in life is looking back and wishing I spent several days ...
... Another man saw me trying to do this and informed me that I needed to cross at a different place. He then said he worked for the museum and for me to just try going in the group entrance. I was successful in getting in this way, went through security, was told I couldn't bring my camera in that I had to check it in to a locker. I was annoyed at this, but did it anyway. I spent some time wandering around the museum. Hosny picked me up again and I went back to he ...
After a short flight to Cairo we Headed out to Khan al-Khalili to experience the madness and colour of this famous bazaar.
We were met at the entrance of the bazaar by the tourist police. One policeman was assigned to our group. He was in disguise (a shiny suit covering his gun and a pointy moustache and dark aviator sunglasses).
He followed our group around and we're ...
... sweet smelling or flowery about the place. However it was cheap and well located so we figured for one night it was no big deal. We headed straight out to get some lunch prior to the museum embarking on what I call a 'Cliffy goose chase'. This is where Dan decides he is going to take us somewhere but he hasn't actually done enough research to know where it is so we roam around aimlessly until I go ballistic. We were looking for the Tahrir Table restaurant. ...
It only took several minutes for the taxi to drop us at the border crossing and we piled out attempting to organise our passports and documents before heading across the border. We walked up to an area which looked a bit like a toll booth where two Egyptian soldiers sat with guns over their shoulders. Collecting our passports they put an exit stamp in each of them and we passed them the two coins that we owed as an exit tax. Then we began the next stage of the ...