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Temples and Tombs in Egypt

November 16, 2016 TravelAtWill 4

Heading Inland to see the Temples and Tombs in Egypt We arrived in Egypt after a leisurely transit along the Suez Canal. After scuba diving in Sharm El Sheikh, our second port in Egypt on our amazing cruise adventure was Safaga. This port was founded by Queen Hatshepsut when she […]

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Mortuary Temples on the West Bank in Luxor

November 15, 2016 TravelAtWill 0

Mortuary Temples on the West Bank We visited the temples on the East Bank – both the Karnak Temple at day and night and the Luxor Temple. We would visit the Egyptian tombs in the Valley of the Kings on our second day in the Luxor area. While the tombs […]

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Tribute to the Pharaohs At Luxor Temple

November 14, 2016 TravelAtWill 0

See The Tribute To The Pharaohs at Luxor Temple There are two massive temples on the east bank of the Nile River in Luxor.  They were a great introduction to our view of the temples and tombs of Egypt!  We had the chance to explore the Karnak Temple day and […]

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Karnak Temple Day and Night

November 13, 2016 TravelAtWill 6

Visiting the Karnak Temple in Luxor We saw many temples and tombs when we visited the Luxor area of Egypt. The first temple we saw in-depth was the Karnak Temple. Our visit to Luxor was an overnight tour for 2 days. This gave us a great chance to see the […]

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Scuba Diving the Red Sea

November 11, 2016 TravelAtWill 4

Choosing the Red Sea at Sharm El Shiekh We travelled through the Egyptian desert when we explored the Egyptian temples and tombs. The port in Sharm El Sheikh would be our first opportunity for scuba diving the Red Sea. This had been on my “list” for a long time. We […]

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Transit Through the Suez Canal

November 10, 2016 TravelAtWill 4

Heading For The Suez Canal On our amazing cruise from Athens to Dubai to Cape Town, we would transit through the Suez Canal. We left the port in Haifa, Israel after visiting the Dead Sea and touring Jerusalem. The ship meandered at sea to kill a day. The cruise originally […]