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... In the end the train left 45 minutes later than scheduled. Dinner was served 10 minutes after leaving the station. Roast chicken, chips, bread,rice and vegetables. We even got a dessert, a piece of very dry sponge cake with sweet icing. The porter put our beds down for the night and it was lights out for us. We slept reasonably well. Breakfast was cake, bread roll, chocolate croissant,and coffee that tasted ...
... turned out, our guide served for 28 years in the army before retiring at the turn of the century. He still enjoys the perk of not having to pay toll fare, and makes a big deal of it. We bypass all the queuing gates with quick stop and flash of his card.
It's after dark when we arrive back at our hotel, order our customary beers and settle in to the last of the leftovers of our Gad takeaways, several meals later. Another day to be remembered.
Well, I had planned a trip for us via Cruise Critic before we left Canada and I couldn't go in the end as I contacted a flu bug and was in bed/bathroom all night and day. Kent isn't terribly anxious to go anywhere without me but I wrote him a total list of what to do and where to go and he went and I was so glad he did as I would've hated him missing it because of my stomach. Kent was able to go to "The Valley of the ...
... main street I was looking down the side streets for interesting photos to take - I saw a man with a goat in the street and Bill noticed that the goat had sawdust on it. Bill admitted later that he couldn’t believe I picked that street to walk down - but away we went. I spied a cute kitty with a ‘black eye’, a man cutting sugar cane and of course the man with the goat. Bill befriended the goat man and while I was trying to communicate with the ...
... and very grand and modern. It houses some artifacts from Egypt and also the papyruses containing 'The Book of the Dead’ which shows the mummification ritual and very ancient scrolls dating back to 2000 BC.
Lunch was once again at the local kebab takeaway and we then travelled to local catacombs which are the largest Roman burial sight in Egypt, that ...