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... food, drinks or snacks. I highly recommend doing a half-day tour into the desert. A white jeep picked me up, like on a safari, and we drove 30 minutes out of town to a secluded area. I was lucky to have just the guide, a german and myself on the tour. We had a 5 minute tutorial on how to ride quad bikes, then we were off. I was well prepared, and bought jeans, ...
... it is so crowded with tourists and so walked further away from the crowd. It is so much better on the further end of the beach. After 1 hour and 30 minutes of free time on the beach, we returned to our boat for lunch. In the afternoon, we have snorkeling at another two sites. Comparing to the island we just went in Sabah, the red sea water is not as clear as there. Our tour finished at about 3p.m. Overall, we enjoy our day and the trip is a ...
... and double cupping to prevent me burning my hands whilst conspiratorally pointing at Dan's single cup and shaking his head. Tall blonde giant women are scarce in Egypt hence Dan has received quite a few camel offers, thumbs up and "lucky man" comments to which I reply" yes he is...." Arriving at night, Hurghada looks like a proper resort town abundant with tacky shops, tacky restaurants and tacky hotels. It is overrun by Russians. Our hotel is the Thomson ...
... check points . . . again with AK 47s. By now I am so accustomed to seeing armed military and police that I don’t pay much attention. They apperared as happy to see us as we were thankful of their presence. Perhaps we have, by our uneventful presence, helped to bring tourists back to the country.
What we got in Egypt was merely a taste. It is ...
... up by bulldozers, I presume while they were building the road. Between the road and the coast there are new hotel and appartment complexes going up like crazy. Most of the time you don't know if they are being actively built or if they are just bankrupt ruins. I think that the building branch with all the collateral branches (Baths roofing materil etc. ) are the second bigest employers after the tourist industry. I don't know what will happen if the building bubble bursts here ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed