After passing through the tunnel, Frankencow and Bingo found themselves to be strangers in a strange land. Luckily, these two liked to read and learn, so they had a fair idea of where they were, and when. The real question was how they were going to get from here to home.
"I can't believe we're in Egypt!" Bingo whispered loudly to Frankie. He didn't want to interrupt the two gentlemen who were currently praying.
"I've always wanted to see the Sphinx and the Pyramids of Gizeh," Frankie agreed, "but I just wish I could have known we were coming here - I'd have packed more water." Frankencow knew cows don't last long in the desert. She suspected that monkeys didn't fare much better, but she saw no reason to upset Bingo.
"Yeah, I see your point," Bingo replied. "But think of the stories we'll be able to tell our grandchildren."
"That's if we have any grandchildren," Frankie answered back. "We have to survive this for that to happen."