Dahabeeyah

Ok, we didn’t have any sails, but our ship drifted down the Nile, and it was exactly as I imagined it would be and one of the trip highlights.  We sat on the roof deck, beverages to hand.

For all the mystique, temples, gods, pharoahs, history, and traffic chaos we had experienced, here was simple beauty.  Watch, as Upper Egypt quietly floats by.

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Papyrus

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Pulling into Luxor

Ahhhhhh,

Jan

1 thought on “Dahabeeyah

  1. This gives one a real feeling for Present day Egypt away from the cities and antiquities.What a fabulous trip you have just experienced.😘😘😘😘😘😘

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