Alf Leila Boutique Hotel.
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... wide, and you can even swim in it! Our felucca ride started off slowly. Apparently feluccas can capsize easily, so if it is very windy or rough seas, the police won't let you sail. A felucca is essentially an almost entirely flat-bottomed boat with a huge cushion covering the entire space. No bathroom facilities - those were covered by an "amenities" boat that appeared when we needed it, and camped overnight with us. Very ...
... Canal. This is an unbelievable trip. We are part of a convoy traveling under police protection. It is an interesting journey. Arrived at a checkpoint manned by the Egyptian army. Armed soldiers with automatic weapons and a small observation stand with a heavy machine gun keeping an overall eye on everything.
Slept on and off throughout the trip.
Incredible landscape. Stark, rugged and barren. Mostly granite and basalt by the looks of things.
Arrived in ...
... Not many tourists make it to this site and the Nubian sellers are anxious for a sale of their artefacts, and a few of our group happily oblige. It is another beautiful day and just a bit milder. Perhaps winter is coming after all. Another motor boat ride followed by a short bus trip and we arrive at the Aswan High Dam where we have a brief look around followed by lunch at the ...
... officer, this time not at all trying to hide the uzzi machine gun he carries in his hand. The wind is pleasantly cool and the sky is cloudless hinting that the day will be another unseasonally hot one. The desert sand is a sharp contrast to the blueish water of Lake Nasser. This temple too was dismantled in 1964 and moved to its current site only 4km west of its original location. Tarek is sure the camel-man will be here with his ...
I think I overslept a little from what I'd planned but I had no clock or watch so I didn’t have much of a choice at when I woke. I packed up my belongings and headed out to find the hammock guy from the day before. I paid him for the room and asked him how to get to Taba which is the town I needed to reach in order to cross the border. The man shrugged at me again. "You have not missed the bus. It does not leave until later. You need to go to the transit hub which is a few ...