Al Quseir Hotel

Address: 138 Port Said St, El Quseir, Red Sea and Sinai, 84712, Egypt | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on 138 Port Said St, El Quseir.
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    Travel Blogs from El Quseir

    Cairo to Luxor

    A travel blog entry by glassmerchant on Aug 02, 2015

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    ... on backless stools for months isn't much fun. So there are camping chairs for everyone. Time to introduce the travellers, 2 Americans, 1 German, 3 Irish, 4 Australians, 3 New Zealanders and that leaves 8 British. That makes 21 in all, an almost even split between male and female and a range of ages. A very travel savvy team with many repeat over landers. The truck is experienced as well so we expect Calypso to know the way without any help from us. ...

    Russian Bali

    A travel blog entry by robbiej on Jul 14, 2015

    1 comment

    ... found my phone in my pocket.. I was a bit hungover and not thinking straight. Now I was! I rushed back but too late. No point crying over spilt milk. After chels stopped laughing, we continued on our way. There were people everywhere and rookie divers underneath. I swam down to a few of the divers and waved, but they didn't seem too exited to see me. The reef was actually nice but after a while, the high amount of salt made it hard to be in the water so we read our kindles on ...

    Diving in the south...

    A travel blog entry by kit_kat on Jun 05, 2011

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    We worked our way around some big coral heads until we were just off the reef, where we paused to listen - and to my massive excitement, I could hear some clicking noises, not dissimilar to those made by dolphins.

    We all started looking out over the seagrass and as I turned around, I came face to face with the dugong, who was floating a couple of metres behind us and just watching us.

    She didn't stay too long and we watched as she headed up to the surface ...

    Day 10

    A travel blog entry by mattglawrence on May 13, 2009

    12 photos

    ... fun began.  A truck had slowed and stopped near our bus, which at the time the bus driver motioned to keep going as if the truck was stopping to see if we were broken down.  Well this truck wasn't stopping to see if we were okay.  Our tour guide, the bus driver, and the tour guide's boss all engaged in what we thought was a heated discussion with the men that had pulled up.  We all got on the bus while they talked (or argued) and then two of the three men got on the bus and sat in ...

    Camel Ride

    A travel blog entry by kacampau on Oct 19, 2007

    4 photos

    ... I got on the camels and they stood up. We walked through the desert for half an hour and stopped for a few photo opportunities. Our guide in Luxor told us that camels can smell water up to 80 meters deep. When a well is running dry in a Bedouin community (desert nomads) they will not give their camels water for 2 weeks, then set them loose in the desert. The camels will walk until they smell water. At the ...