Seti Abu Simbel Lake Resort
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Abu Simbel is the place where two massive temples were rescued from the rising waters behind the High Aswan Dam in the 1960s. They were cut apart and reassembled piece by piece, 60 meters above their original sites. It is something that is worth seeing when you come to Egypt, not only for the temples' magnificence, but to appreciate this feat of …
Other scenes show Nefertari offering incense to Mut and Hathor, and the King worshipping before his own image and that of Nefertari.
For all of the above information I owe Abdul a debt of gratitude, he was an excellent guide and made the telling of the monument come alive (well for me at least)
I have pictures of the project when they were working at saving this monument, again I will post them when I get home
It has been suggested to me on many occasions that I would benefit enormously from adopting a vegetarian diet for mostly health reasons and it has always seemed a reasonable argument but one that I found not appealing as I just really like to eat meat. However on arriving at Wadi Halfa Blaze and I looked to purchase some supper while Peter retired exhausted and declined the culinary delights of this metropolis. We found only a couple of restaurants and at one were a few ...
Early start to meet the convoy to Abu Symbel. Half a dozen mini vans, four coaches and a small collection of private cars and pickups gathered for the trip. The police were extremely helpful and got tea and coffee for those who needed it. It is a fast run of 280kms on a good road, no traffic. Mostly flat sand with pyramidal outcrops. Some laying of pipelines and at one point what looked like housing being built but not ...
Greetings for the penultimate time from Egypt, where we just crossed over today from Sudan. Everything is great over here, although we are all melting rather in the summer heats of Sudan and now Egypt - the temperature averages around 40 - 45 degrees Celsius. However, I have very much enjoyed Sudan as a country - extremely friendly, respectable people and a completely contrasting landscape from the hilly farmland of Ethiopia. But this blog begins in the Simien ...