Nubian Oasis Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Aswan
My next stop is Aswan but the ferry boat I was going to take is no longer running, so I must take a bus then a train to get there. After a seven hour bus ride to Cairo, I catch a cab to the train station just in time to get on a 12 hour train ride south to Aswan. What a journey and I have no idea what day it is and how I did it all, but I start …
I wish we had more time to really explore Luxor at a slower pace, but we only had two days to cram in as many temples and tombs as possible. The first day we had a convoy taking us to the Crocodile Temple and the Temple dedicated to Horus. It was so hot and we were very happy to finally reach our hotel to take a shower. We packed in another temple …
Is it wrong to assume that if I want to buy a can of Coke, I would just hand over some money, get the drink, be given change (depending on if the exact amount was given or not), and be done with the transaction? Apparently it is in Egypt. Here, you must bargain for even the basics like food and water. It's ridiculous. One usually expects a set …
Coming into Aswan this morning we passed some pyramids, a Monument to Soviet-Egyptian Cooperation, and then sitting tall and proud on the cargo ship in the pier was FOXY! We were so relieved. It was 10am but we still had to wait another 5 hours before being allowed to disembark. All the passports had to be inspected, stamped and recorded by …
This morning Matt and Christoph went to the police station to get our cars registered and to have our chassis and engine number verified by an engineer. Chiho and I stayed in our rooms getting caught up on emails and blogs. The rest of the day was a blur of reading, writing, snacking and sleeping. Oh, and we got some laundry done. ~ Happy Wedding …
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