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- TV Channel One Russia
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Outdoor pool
- Concierge desk
- Room service
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... wedges, it’s not what I would call a breakfast more of a snack to tide you over until a meal time comes along, (tea and coffee are served piping hot in a glass, and more than one has ended up on the floor, just too hot to handle
I ended up going to the Cacao bar and getting an omelette (I was in there at 2;30 this morning drinking coffee)
It’s been a windy day and quite cool ton what we have been experiencing, so it’s quite pleasant out ...
... conditions are horrendous with daytime temperatures in the mid forties and the landscape totally unforgiving. The wind is so hot off the rock and sand it is cooler to close the windows! After a morning snorkelling in the Red Sea we originally set off after a truck lunch for a four hour run to Luxor. This unfortunately turned into seven hours as we had to double back after a police checkpoint refused to allow us passage. Taking the long way round we got ...
Next day was a 3am start to go see the Abu Simbel temple. This is not just because of the heat, but because we had to be transported by tourism police! (There is no danger, it's just protical!) The whole group where like zombies and breakfast. As we left the boat at 4am, someone either tried to sell me a horse, sell me a ride on a horse or maybe trade it for Chelsea.. Anywhere, anytime! Abu Simbel temple is the famous temple that Ramses the second built for himself when he ...
... at an all inclusive resort for 3 days! Not very Dragoman but a welcome change from the wild camping we did throughout Sudan and the ****** hotels we've had in Egypt so far. I've also got to that templed out stage as we have visited at least one a day since we hit Sudan. The pax changed in Gondar and it's all marginally better but no life long friends on this ...
... choice of destination. Obviously the chance of some half decent weather at unbeatable prices was enough to take their minds off the perceived security risks of visiting one of the most volatile areas in the world.
Having done my homework, I had pre-arranged a taxi transfer along with “visa assistance”, which meant there was a nice man waiting for me in arrivals with a sign bearing my name. He whisked me to the front of the Thomas Cook queue and ...