Trip to Egypt


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Kom Ombo temple at night as seen from the boat. This was the only spot where we docked and could see a temple from the boat.
IMG_4976 Kom Ombo at night.JPG

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Eric parties with two of our cruise mates. Siggy on the left is South African, and was one of those life-of-the-party guys, there with his wife and daughter. Carey on the right is American, and was there with his wife Michelle.
IMG_4978 Gallabaya party.JPG

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Eric and Nora dressed for the party, temple at Kom Ombo seen in the background
IMG_4980 Eric and Nora at Kom Ombo.JPG

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Kom Ombo walls
IMG_4983 Kom Ombo walls.JPG

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Kom Ombo courtyard
IMG_4984 Kom Ombo courtyard.JPG

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Kom Ombo wall detail
IMG_4985 Kom Ombo wall detail.JPG

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Eric continues to strive for immortality
IMG_4986 Eric at Kom Ombo.JPG

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This inscription includes calendar notations
IMG_4992 Calendar.JPG

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This is an architectural feature that would normally be hidden. It is a slot cut at the joint of two blocks where a keystone would be inserted to add stability in case of tremors.
IMG_4994 Slot for keystone.JPG

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This well is a device for monitoring the height of the Nile. It has a channel the Nile for the water supply.
IMG_4995 Nile-o-meter.JPG

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