We wake and are given breakfast and once again the food is excellent. After a couple of cups of cinnamon tea we head back to the Bob Marley (that's the name of Jay Jays fulcra) and set sail. We all sit around chatting looking at the views of the river bank as we slowly drift down the Nile. Lunch is cooked by the crew and before long there is another meal in front of us. All the food served on the boat is vegetarian as they don't have the facility to store meat. We finish lunch and start on the beers that have been brought on board and are now nicely chilled in the cooler. The boat pulls into the shore so the crew can eat and do the washing up and we all get a chance to swim in the Nile. After about 2 hours we set off again and I lay out on the top deck listening to my music and watching the world go by. Life can't get much more relaxing than this. In the evening our meal is laid out on the to deck with candles for light and after the meal the crew play some music for us and sing to us. After a few more drinks including more shots of gentleman's Jack that grant has supplied we pull into the bank for the night and all dose off to sleep. On the river bank are a pack of what we think are wild dogs and at various point through the night the bloody things start barking waking most of us up.