Al Quseir Hotel

Address: 138 Port Said St, El Quseir, Red Sea and Sinai, 84712, Egypt | Hotel
 
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      Snorkling and beach

      A travel blog entry by oralee on Nov 06, 2014

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      This is our last day in Hurghada and one I have been looking forward too. We were picked up early and drove to the Marina where we boarded a boat. After about 45 minutes we arrived at a private protected beach Mahmya Beach is on the southern shores of the Giftun Island National Park. On our boat are folks from Russia, Switzerland, frace and England and us. ...

      Goodbye Luxor Hello Hurghada

      A travel blog entry by oralee on Nov 03, 2014

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      ... is unique in that 3 different religions have all been on this site. The Christians painted icons over the pagan art and used the temple as a church and then in the 13th century a Muslim mosque was built on the then buried temple. The mosque is still used today although with a new entrance! Although Amunhotep built the temple proper much of the rest of the temple was built by Ramses II and there are several statues of him here, there is ...

      Diving in the south...

      A travel blog entry by kit_kat on Jun 05, 2011

      ... exploring some little cracks and crevices among the coral - but then it came to finding the exit.

      Because of the waves, we would need to use a rope to climb back onto the reef table and due to the bad visibility, we managed to swim past it without realising - oops! It didn't take too long to realise our mistake though and we got back and out with no real problems.

      This was undoubtedly the highlight of my week but we still had several days of diving to do!

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      Day 10

      A travel blog entry by mattglawrence on May 13, 2009

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      ... to us that in Arabic, and especially with Egyptian's language, what may appear to be a heated discussion, really is passion and excitement.  We were never in real danger, just more Egyptians looking for more baksheesh.  Amr told us a funny story about one of his family members suggesting the Egyptian flag be changed to having a Red, White, and Black stripe (like it does today) and a golden eagle (like it does today) but having the talon holding its hand out in a motion requesting ...

      Camel Ride

      A travel blog entry by kacampau on Oct 19, 2007

      4 photos

      ... will gather and stoop their feet. The Bedouin people will dig at this spot and build a well. Usually, a well will last for about 2 years before it dries out and they have to move again. We found the most interesting thing on the camels were their feet. Instead of being hard hooves like a horse, they were very soft. Each time the camel steps the foot would expand. This helps keep them from sinking in the desert ...