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DeafDave is a Deaf person who uses Auslan (Australian Sign Language). He is from Australia.

Day 9 of Egypt Trip: Aswan Airport to Cairo Airport

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Day 8 of Egypt Trip: Felucca trip

Riding on a felucca was wonderful. I have always wanted to go on one and my dream finally came true. The Nile River. How mighty this river is. Serene. Jenna my daughter and I found this boat trip very refreshing. … Continue reading

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Day 8 of Egypt Trip: Nubian Lunch

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Day 8 of Egypt Trip: Transfer to Basma hotel

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Day 8 of Egypt Trip: Philae Temple of Goddess Isis

We caught a ferry for the first time to go and visit Philae Temple of Goddess Isis. It was an amazing trip. I touched the waters of the Nile River for the first time. All the books and movies I … Continue reading

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Day 7 of Egypt Trip: Abu Simbel

We got up at 3.30am. An early start! We embarked Awsan wharf from our Nile Dolphin cruise boat and went in a small people mover bus to go to Abu Simbel. A 3 long hour drive. We didnt mind the long … Continue reading

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Day 6 of Egypt Trip: Cruise on the Nile river

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Day 6 of Egypt Trip: Kom Ombo Temple

The Graeco Roman Temple at Kom Ombo Our boat, the Dolphin Nile moored at Aswan in the evening, and we got off after a briefing. We walked with our Australian group and our tour leader, Ahmed to the unusual temple, … Continue reading

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Day 5 of Egypt Trip: Nile Dolphin cruise

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Day 5 of Egypt Trip: Karnak Temple

We woke up from a great refreshing sleep on the Nile Dolphin boat. In the morning, we embarked the Luxor wharf and we walked to the enormous Karnak complex. The Karnak complex is made up of four distinct sections, of … Continue reading

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