Do you see the sarcophagus? It is a transitional piece between the Ancient Egyptian and the Roman. The body is in the typical style. However, the face looks more like Alexander the Great than King Tut. I loved seeing something so instructive about the different Egyptian ages and stages.
The walk back was decidely grumpy; whiney gives way to grumpy after about half an hour of a 6-year-old's complaints. I was wondering why I had thought that the ferry ride was a good idea let alone the war memorial. Down the hill we went.
There was a ferry and there was a large ship going through. It was American! How cool! Our moods changed. We snapped photos. The ship's name was "Resolve". I thought that an appropriate moniker.
We walked onto the ferry boat and waited. Seemed like we could just leave but yet we waited. What were we waiting for?
Like a bat out of hell, or a pick-up truck out of a wedding celebration, zoomed a local newlywed couple and their families. Whooping! Hollering! Music blaring. They boarded the ferry prepared to get the party started.