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Nile Cruise By Horia Coman-Walker
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A 2011 calendar illustrating highlights from a recent cruise up the Nile from Luxor to Aswan, Egypt. The calendar features the beautifully restored Steam Ship Sudan, an original Thomas Cook passenger... More > ship that plied the Nile in the early 1900’s and is reputed to have been used by Agatha Christie herself. It also features the amazing scenes of daily life among the Nile banks and some of the marvelous temples and hieroglyphs of ancient Egypt.< Less
White Nile By Gavin Rudgley
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Alistair and Tom Banks make for Egypt to explore the land of the Pharaohs. On their arrival, they are marked out by the authorities for smuggling ivory. Ignorant of the suspicion they have aroused,... More > they travel to Cairo with Hugh Frampton to then join him for a cruise up the Nile. Arrested, their only salvation lies in them agreeing to assist the police in finding the real criminals. As events unfold, they are drawn ever further into a complex web of intrigue. Away to the west in Chad, Abakar has been press-ganged into joining a band of poachers, slaughtering elephants in the Zakouma National Park. Desperate to escape from it all, he grasps the only ray of hope that crosses his path; a tiny advertisement in a public telephone booth for the Elefant Preservation Trust. Their lives in danger, the Banks' future is entwined with that of Abakar. Armed with their own initiative, and with the support of Francis Allamande, the Banks' saviour from Malta, they head for an encounter that none will forget.< Less
Up the Nile with a Thousand Tissues By Alison Chisholm
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A memoir, written in diary entries, poems and factoids, of a week's cruise up the Nile from Luxor to Aswan.
Egypt - Crusing up the Nile By Allen Johnson
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My three granddaughters and I cruised up the Nile on the Royal Lily watching the bibical scene unfold on the river banks. We saw white-clad farmers pushing a single-bladed plow behind a water... More > buffalo, women taking produce to market on the back of their donkey and workmen cutting sugar cane by hand. We toured the pyramids in Cairo and Ramsus II's temple in Abu Simbel.< Less
Egypt - Crusing up the Nile By Allen Johnson
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My three granddaughters and I cruised up the Nile on the Royal Lily watching the bibical scene unfold on the river banks. We saw white-clad farmers pushing a single-bladed plow behind a water... More > buffalo, women taking produce to market on the back of their donkey and workmen cutting sugar cane by hand. We toured the pyramids in Cairo and Ramsus II's temple in Abu Simbel.< Less
Up the Nile with a Thousand Tissues By Alison Chisholm
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A memoir, written in diary entries, poems and factoids, of a week's cruise up the Nile from Luxor to Aswan.
Egypt 2008 By Joanna Byfield and Kirsty Hanson
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Egypt Nile Cruise June 2008
Hidden Luxor By Jane Akshar
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Want to get more out of your Egyptian holiday or Nile cruise then you need this guide to Luxor. You have done the Karnak, Valley of Kings, Valley of Queens & temple of Queen Hatshepsut at Deir el... More > Bahri and you have another week, what is there to see in Luxor? Jane takes you to her Hidden Luxor, all the place you didn’t know existed. Tombs and temples no one goes to. The temple of Karnak is the largest religious site in the world and now you can explore it all. The White Chapel of Senusret I in the Open Air Museum is the most beautiful object in Egypt, easily rivalling the tomb of Seti I or Nefertari. Want to know where to find it and others like the Botanical Room or tombs of the Nobles like Senenmut or Ramose where you can see decoration done during the reign of the heretic Pharaoh Akhenaton removed by the vengeful priests of Amun. Explore the battles of Ramses the Great at the Ramasseum site of the famous Shelly poem about Ramses II. Jane helps you enjoy ALL Luxor has to offer.< Less
An Eejit in Egypt By Mike McKever
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Mike & Gill McKever venture on a tour of Egypt. Getting lost in Cairo’s Khan-el-Khalili bazaar is just a tame start to another tale of hilarious incompetence abroad. Soon they’ll be... More > cruising down the Nile in pursuit of the Pharaohs - leaving a trail of UHTmilk behind them and a toilet attendant with a curse more deadly than Tutankhamen’s tomb. Mike deconstructs the myths of ancient Egypt in a series of ‘grumpy old man’ rants, and offends not only his fellow tourists, Soviet architecture, Egyptologists and management consultants but every religion under the sun god. Meanwhile Gill gets the ‘green tent’ treatment at the local Mosque and freaks over a waiter with a penchant for origami-based practical jokes. Narrowly avoiding another war with Germany they take it in their stride when the military storm the toilets at Abu Simbel and dump them on a plane like lost luggage. And somewhere along the line they, and possibly you, learn a bit about ancient Egypt - if you can stop laughing.< Less
An Eejit in Egypt By Mike McKever
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Mike & Gill McKever venture on a tour of Egypt. Getting lost in Cairo’s Khan-el-Khalili bazaar is just a tame start to another tale of hilarious incompetence abroad. Soon they’ll be... More > cruising down the Nile in pursuit of the Pharaohs - leaving a trail of UHTmilk behind them and a toilet attendant with a curse more deadly than Tutankhamen’s tomb. Mike deconstructs the myths of ancient Egypt in a series of ‘grumpy old man’ rants, and offends not only his fellow tourists, Soviet architecture, Egyptologists and management consultants but every religion under the sun god. Meanwhile Gill gets the ‘green tent’ treatment at the local Mosque and freaks over a waiter with a penchant for origami-based practical jokes. Narrowly avoiding another war with Germany they take it in their stride when the military storm the toilets at Abu Simbel and dump them on a plane like lost luggage. And somewhere along the line they, and possibly you, learn a bit about ancient Egypt - if you can stop laughing.< Less