Nile Valley Hotel Restaurant
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... separately. She took us to a lovely alabaster shop where we couldn't help but buy some of the beautiful pieces they have on offer. We then went for a complementary lunch at the Crocodile restaurant on the West Bank (FYI, you cannot eat the crocodiles, I asked) Then back to our apartment for a nice bit of sunbathing on the roof terrace and dinner at a lovely little place called Aisha (Also recommended by Ali)
With our lovely guide Ghada we went ...
... that the people would have to pay. Construction of the temple took 100 years and decoration with the images and hieroglyphs took a further 45 years. It was beautiful with a massive courtyard flanked with 42 columns, 12 on each side, to represent the 42 states of Egypt at that time. Back on the boat in time for lunch, which we didn't really need, then we cruised on towards Luxor. On the way we passed through a lock at Esna. Dams with spill ways are used along the river to ...
... can get treated for their injuries. Two full time vets are on call. (A vet is not regarded as a high carreer choice as Egyptians don't really embrace the concept of owning pets, even though the city is over-run with wild cats and dogs).The Egyptian children are also educted about the care of horses and donkeys as they will one dya follow in family business and maybe even now some of ...
... our sailboats. We each had 8 people to a sail boat and they served us lunch on the Nile! It was beautiful. Following lunch, Dad and I took some time to relax before our big evening gala.
Our evening event tonight was absolutely stunning. It was a complete surprise - and what a surprise it was. We had our own private party inside the Luxor Temple. The Luxor Temple is a large Ancient Egyptian temple on the right bank in Luxor. It ...
Today the boat has arrived at Luxor. This is the last stop and I'll sleep over night at this location and head to the airport tomorrow morning bound for Cairo. The iPad was the best thing to bring on this trip. I brought a local SIM card in Egypt with 3gb of data for 10 AUD and I've been able to have internet access wherever I go allowing me to upload new blogs or pictures, do research about where I'm heading, check weather, emails ...