On the riverside berth of the Famous ss Sudan (karnak)
. the kind chef and his crew feed unwanted bread for the birds and delight in watching the rats scurry off with a chunk of bread down a hole to feed its young, who one day may get to have a trip down the Nile on board this expensive vessel, and of course even though they live here in Luxor they will not have to book on line the normal practice for us humans if we need a trip. and a rather expensive way to get the shits.
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and should read , for 1.028 euro you can get to see the Nile with its rats and pollution. who knows you may get to feed one or two in the onboard restaurant, life is full of surprises even for the rich and famous as this boat is, this is the SS Karnak featured in Agatha Christie's Death on the Nile.
even the black headed gull is fed from the steam ship Sudan. but of course its not a steam ship its run by diesel power so it can belch out more pollution into the Nile.
looking from the promenade down to the Nile I can see they have a way to catch the bottles etc. with the diesel oil line or is it the sewage waste pipe? who knows who bloody cares?
You can see my photos of the Nile on without getting a delhi belly.