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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... were lovely, and now I find myself a finding-slugs-addict, also called nude-branches (the name originates from Latin so that's definitely not the way to spell it). They're basically tiny underwater slugs, always really colourful, pretty rare, and now a goal for me to see. And today I saw 3! One was called a Rupus Wartslug (I think) and the other two I am yet to look up.
The wind today though was the windiest day of ...
... boat to Kom Ombo (the crocodile Sopek temple) built by Ptolomys VI, VIII, and XII between 1195 BC to 218 AD. Once back on the road at Edfu, we explored the temple built to honour the God Horus (God of life) and his Queen Hatur, built by Ptolomy II & III between 257 to 37 BC. I'm constantly amazed by the size and workmanship in these structures. How could they put them up with the limited technology they had in those ...
... to get positive. They were gargantuan, completely blocking out the sun at time and were very very impressive to look at. Strangely, they were located a stones throw away from many blocks of houses, and were almost a part of the city. When we got there I was on autopilot, almost just wanted it all over with so I could go back to Dahab. Money was taken off me for tickets and given back to exchange for more money, I barely had enough brain power to make sure I kept the ...
... most of there morning extra time inside because it was just too yucky outside. Again we got the best deal.
The hotel is spectacular. The room has a balcony that overlooks the Dead Sea. Very similar to the room we had in Port Macquarie but in Egypt lol.
We went into town for dinner. I had Mexican calamari and Al had a veggie targine. Both meals were delicious.
Hit the sack exhausted and we both slept like stones. So begins a couple of days of absolute ...
... lunch we headed back to the hotel to relax by the pool. However fate had other plans. As we had unwittingly selected the same hotel as a group of 40 teenagers. Yes, forty - WTF?! It was like walking back into high school. When I had seen the sign at reception welcoming the "Sandringham" group I had had high hopes for a large bunch of fit officers. Not twenty pimply British teen boys trying to show off to another twenty giggly British teen girls by having bomb ...