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Wow... just wow. Last flight was insane. No organization, everyone just shoved to get on the plane. A few of us stood back wondering WTF?? The Irish/Egyptian lady I sat beside said that's they way they are...um yeah ok. You know NOTHING John Snow. Take it for what it is. But the good news is, Mozart (my contact at the airport), was super cool. Got myself and a honeymooners sorted out and to the luggage carousal within minutes, felt like it was a organized Royalty ...
... City Stars Hotel for a one-night stay. It was so grand and beautiful it seemed a shame to be there only for a few hours. We had a farewell buffet dinner with the group and Amr. He was given high praise from everyone and a standing ovation for the wonderful time we spent with him. He made Egyptian History come alive and we learned so much from him. High Praise indeed, for Viking Cruise and Amr Shaheen.
Even though we cancelled our Egyptian tour, we kept our flight and accommodation rather than lose $1,700.00. We arrived on Saturday night at about 11.00pm and departed at 9.00am Sunday morning. All we did was the taxi ride from the airport to the motel and then back to the airport in the morning ...
... our lists. We took another taxi to El Gouna Arena Inn, which is about 20km away from Hurghada. Once we stepped in the hotel, we definitely knows we will love this place. El Gouna is a small village for beach holiday along the red sea. No hassllings over transportation as everything is in reasonable fix price. You could find different countries cuisine and interesting handicraft shops here. There are even hospital , schools here. Glad we found such a ...
... and very thankful too! I also liked this guy, because earlier there was an old Muslim man doing his prayers on the hard ground, and this guy went over and put his jacket down for him to use. So we felt we did a good deed there. When our boarding was called we had to go through ANOTHER passport control (this airport is crazy!) then we finally got to board the plane. It was very comfy and because I don't think Lyle ever claimed this flight, we had a spare seat next to us so ...