We are amused to see a few locals trying to capture a couple of donkeys that have escaped from a sugar cane wagon. It is common to see donkeys not much bigger than "Scooby Doo" pulling large wagons of people and stuff around. No wonder "A Donkey Prison Break" is in progress.
Visitor's Center has nice display and short video. A LE$117 fee allows you to visit 3 tombs with certain tombs like King Tut's costing an additional fee.
It is hot, dry and dusty here so be sure to bring water and snacks or you will be easily parched and exhausted.
KV-2 Rameses IV, my favorite has a well preserved tomb history. NO PICTURES OR TOUR GUIDES ALLOWED.
The length of tomb represents the length of buried Pharaoh's life.
Ancient Egyptian Story Telling
Egyptian Hieroglyphic including Symbol Of Life
Our tour ends with the viewing of two 54 feet tall statues that once guarded Egypt's largest temple, Colossi of Memnon.