Amira Divers Inn

Address: El Corniche Street , Safaga, Red Sea and Sinai, Egypt | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel is located on El Corniche Street , Safaga.
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      We learn of Egypt, Old and New

      A travel blog entry by rambling_roamer on Jan 23, 2015

      8 photos

      ... language (a spoken language that was used for secret messaging during war times like the Native American code-talkers during WWII). The final group of Egyptians is the Bedouins. They, like those Upper Egypt, are very conservative. They no longer ride camels (they have 4X4's), but they do raise them and some of them still live in tents. The oldest man is called sheik and controls the village.

      Mostafa didn't talk a lot about the revolution, except to say that ...

      Stage 4: Desert Camp to Safaga

      A travel blog entry by sueshuttleworth on Jan 12, 2015

      12 photos

      ... and honey - but today had a change and had peanut butter and jam!! Means I can keep my mug in my Camelback rucksack and then when I arrive in camp each night I can go straight to the camp kitchen for my mug of soup, without having to go and search in my locker for it.

      Intersting conversation going on while waiting for the 'real' coffee to be ready at 6.30 for the addicts - before that it's hot water in flask dispensers and 'ordinary' coffee, ...

      84km Sunny and Beautiful

      A travel blog entry by paigerrides on Jan 12, 2015

      1 comment, 7 photos

      ... I expected. There was a crowd of young adults playing with the orange marker tap, yup that was a joy to ride through. One guy was kind enough to do the moonwalk in front of my path for me. Yes, at 30km/hr, my bowls work well. The campsite is lovely, right on the Red Sea, the last day of the Red Sea before we head to Luxor. Camping right on the beach with a bar, 20 Egyptian pounds for a 500mL Stella, that's COLD with ...

      Egypt...

      A travel blog entry by hfs on Jun 18, 2013

      8 comments, 9 photos

      ... huge pavers,and more writings, some colours further in, but some was plastered over and painted with scenes,many civilizations had passed this way,and the Romans did a lot of damage.We had time to wander,look carefully and find small special things.Very hot,..lots of persistant vendors,a toilet with flushing and clean tiled floors, unexpected...Outside,little horses pulling small carriages, all had shade, and carried big bundles of grass for their needs..a surprise, not hardly a dog ...

      Walk Like an Egyptian!

      A travel blog entry by grandma.at.sea on Apr 10, 2013

      Wednesday 10 April - Safaga, Egypt

      After a tedious 3 3/4 hour drive to Luxor on a grotty bus we reached Luxor. We saw lots of signs of poverty and squalor on the way - so much rubbish tipped into the canals - altogether not a pretty sight and certainly not a good advert for the country.

      The tombs at the Valley of the Kings were pretty amazing - hard to believe they were built so many years ago and apparently a new tomb ...

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