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... decorated with the bright colours used in the ancient times. It was so beautiful! We weren't allowed to take our cameras in, unfortunately, but Dane dodged the guards and snuck a quick snap with his phone. After we were done there, we went to check out the restored temple of Queen Hatshepsut, stuffed around going to 3 different places trying to get such a large amount of Egyptian pounds out for payment and then headed back to the boat for lunch. Something wasn't sitting right ...
... drop in tourism. From the hotel staff, to tour guides to people in the markets selling to the hotels, it is quite bad for the Egyptian economy. It means there are less crowds for us to contend with at the popular sights of Egypt.
We started sailing down the Nile in the afternoon, and in the early evening we stopped and visited the Kom Ombo Temple, dedicated to the Crocodile God Sobek and Horus the Father God ...
... reliefs depicting the advent and defeat of the Sea Peoples during the reign of Ramesses III. The temple is about 75,350 square feet of decorated wall reliefs. Its walls are very well preserved and it is completely enclosed by a massive mudbrick wall. It was amazing to look at all the well preserved colors, both here and in the tombs in the Valley of the Kings.
Following our guided tour we headed back to the other side of the Nile ...
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 ...
... mecca due to its world famous reefs and diving but it’s another thing to basically see what looks like Hope Island on the Gold Coast. Massive resorts littered each road and I could see massive pools attached to them. They were all pristinely white and looked so fake that I couldn’t believe it was a real place. I shuddered and was glad that I was only transiting through this place as it’s exactly the sort of place I did not want to visit. The only positive thing that ...