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Inside the mamoth Karnak Temple
Inside the mamoth Karnak Temple

Oct. 6-8, 1998  Luxor, Egypt
Of all the many towns and villages that we visited in the land of the pyramids, Luxor, the former capital of ancient Egypt, qualifies it as my favorite. An even weighing of bias for both its sights and its people, put it on the top of the list.
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Nov. 4-8, 1998  Nile Cruise, Egypt
After flying in from Cairo, we begin our journey at the start of the Egyptian part of the Nile. The river is really born from the waters of Lake Victoria, Tanzania, but her journey
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The sheik and his belly dancing bride
The sheik and his belly dancing bride

The gold death mask of King Tutankhamun
The gold death mask of King Tutankhamun

Nov. 1-3 & 8-11, 1998  Giza & Cairo, Egypt
Cairo is the city where old meets new. The passing of centuries serves as both a contrast and complement between the ancient and the modernistic in this, the capital of not only Egypt, but also a great political, economic, and cultural center of the entire middle east.
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