(yay activia). We hailed a cab driven by "Nooby" who was ridiculously
excited. He had one window crank that he used on each window in turn.
He had no mirror and at the Colossus of Memnon the car wouldn't start
up again. His wrench did the trick and we were off to the valley of
We saw the tomb of Tuthmoses 3 the successor of Hapshetsut the female
pharoah. Siptah (he's not popular--we were the only visitors), and
We avoided Nooby's recommendations of seeing more temples or buying
alabaster--his friends must have a factory.
We returned to find the post office closed because it is Friday, but
the fair trade shop was open and we did s good deal of business with
them. There was no hastle and it was run by women.
Clare now has a donkey named "mad donkey" for her classroom.
We stocked up on good English food and yogurt and are ready to take
the night train to Cairo.
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