Sol Y Mar Makadi Sun
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... to me and gave me this hibiscus tea drink (yes I do like it, but after 7-8 glasses of it, you start looking for somewhere for a pee)
It is quite funny though, you stop to look in one shop, have a chat, then move on to the next shop and this one tells you the previous shop owner is a pirate, a bandit, he will overcharge you, it’s all the same no matter what shop you look at or talk to (they all have the same stuff, they are all having a special sale, but ...
... and about 45 pharaohs are (were) entombed there. Unfortunately no photography is allowed and hence no accompanying photos of this stop. Despite the early start it was still very hot and by the time we left temps were again in the mid 30's. Then off for a quick photo stop at Queen Hatsutep's temple and on to the Habu (sp?) temple which is another very large temple dating from about 1000 BC. As you ...
... of many,lovely lunch catered by a good hotel ajacent,cool on the water and spent some time,beautiful backdrops to the mountains on one side and green right to the waters edge..Much hilarity ...except for the Aussie Aussie Oui oiu .!The only downside to each day is we are constantly insulted by Australians...have I stories to tell.!!!But I am the better person.. as we rise above such ****..!
Back on the buses, and on to the Valley of The Kings,sighting the first tombs, as ...
... cannot talk in the tombs how could he? If is explained to us many times during our trip that these people will not hurt anyone they just come up with ways to part you from your money. If I had had a couple $1s handy (not opening my wallet) I would have given them to him because his information was good. Three tombs are enough for the afternoon. Before we had left home, I had bought us some really nice hats for us ...
... women are bound by honour and tradition to stay within the family dwelling and therefore lack opportunity for advancement. The Bedouin men wear a long cloak type of garment and a draped head covering. the women usually wear brightly coloured long dresses but when they go outside they wear a long thin black coat sometimes covered with shiny embroidery. They will always cover their head and hair when they leave their house with ...