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... of the Egyptian racers, and one or two others from TDA. A little while later at the top of a slight hill, the peloton had stooped probably for a wee stop, so I cycled past them - not likely to ever be repeated. Glad to see the lunch truck at 80km, really look forward to my food then as starving by this time. The sun came out again as I arrived for lunch, and quite warm all afternoon. Many of the riders stopped for bottles of coke at both a garage shop ...
... wonder where Moses was said to cross, this historical country brings such thoughts to my head.
As the sun drops in the sky we head back to mainland and enjoy our last sunset from Hurghada.
We partake of a seafood buffet for supper and again there are belly dancers and tandoura dancers as we enjoy our last evening here and knowing our trip will soon ...
... how to drive the four wheeler and off we go.
Its a 25 km drive to the Bedouin village. The Bedouin tribes are desert dwelling Arabian people which, although many are urbanised, still hold to traditional cultural practices. They wear a distinct red and white checked head scarf. The village is very primitive to us, we wander a bit an have some water we watch an artisan make sand ...
Today we get to spend relaxing, a lot of R & R by the pool, Jeff buys me 2 massages so at 11 I head in for my massage, its nice and relaxing but I am not overwhelmed. I am enjoying the sun and pool time and a few nice drinks. We wander to the red sea but the water is rough due to the winds so the pool it is. There is a child's pool area with toys and slides and the adult pool area. There is also the spa, a shopping plaza, activity center, disco and ...
... 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 ...