The boat arrived at Kom Obo sometime in the early morning, and it was right on the doorstep of the boat, Radwan took me around and explained so much, once he has explained Radwan gives me free time to wander and take photos as I like, as well as photos while he is guiding me, I am grateful for this time as yet again like Maged very passionate about Egypt and it’s history. They documented so much including the birthing process and surgical instruments used. At this point I discovered that something about the Egyptian food did not agree with me, so I quickly went through the Crocodile museum where there was mummified croc’s, and bolted back to the boat just in time.
Then up/down the Nile we cruised not sure which direction they called it as the river flows South to North.
On to Edfu Temple, where we went by Horse and buggy from the port to the temple, if driving in Cairo was not enough try in a buggy with 20 or more buggies trying to get to the same place but in front of you, our horse was a bit stubborn and did not want to move any faster than a walk.
I have discovered that at most sites where you go in there is no Bazaar with locals selling their wares but when you exit out a different gate there they are, I will say I made a small purchase and did haggle a bit, but apparently I paid 100 Egyptian pounds too much, I can't get my head around offering a lower price and then they say a price you go lower than the original price I said I wanted to pay, it make no sense, back to the boat we went, gotta love Gastrostop.