Not much lucka in a felucca

Trip Start Aug 23, 1996
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Saturday, March 21, 1998

It was decided to take a felucca up to or as far as we could handle to Luxor. Before we went, we needed to order some beers. Egyptian Stella. That what does not kill us, only makes us stronger. We figured on an amount to get us through a couple of days for the two of us, and in the morning, we made our way down to the Nile for a peaceful couple of days sailing. We jumped on, and we started, and then Glenn, Lucy and myself started drinking, then the rest our boat started drinking, and then the other boat started. Now if any person here had any sense, Matt, who I had started to realise he had none, dropped his pants and urinated into the wind !!!!! Into the wind, can you believe it !!!!! Wet feet and all. Needless to say, he was not a popular guy on the boat as there was only one other guy and the rest were women. Jacko was classed as a woman by this stage !!!! Well, we drank until we dropped and when we had dropped, the beer had run out. We had vastly under estimated. I awoke in the morning, staring longingly into the eyes of Glenn. The boat was laughing. Now I thought Lucy was a hard thing to wake up next to, but Glenn, long hair and a goaty, doing his best impression of Jesus, no wonder I was vomiting over the side. A quick vote went around after breakfast, that we would leave the boats as we had no more beer left and how would we pass the time without beer !!!!! We pulled over, grabbed a couple of mini buses on the side of the road, did a deal with them and set off for Luxor. Couple of hours into the trip back, we required a toilet stop. The girls walked in, saw the state of the toilets, the guy was trying to charge a ridiculous amount, so the girls walked out, dropped their pants on the side and completed the transaction for free. Easy !!!!!
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