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... have an underwater camera and have not had great luck with the disposable ones in past experience I have no pictures from the snorkeling. After snorkel time is over we head back to the beach for a great Egyptian buffet which we share with a couple from Durham England. The next couple of hours is spent relaxing on the beach and swimming in the red sea, can't ...
A lovely buffet signifies our last morning on the cruise ship. I have thoroughly enjoyed this leg of our trip. The ship itself was beautiful and well appointed, the staff were very attentive and the food was wonderful. We made some great new friends here and hope to keep in touch. Our last group tour begins right after breakfast.
First stop Karnak temple. This is the largest religious temple in the world and covers 62 acres. It was built ...
... shop. The shop owner told us life would be difficult for them to make a living at this period. But they supported the revolution, they believed the country would get better and so the life of their next generations would be better after this change. Sometimes it’s quite annoying by their “Hospitably” but I always like to hear about the real life of each country I traveled with by talking with the local people. ...
... Cruise (4 nights) - Luxor (1 night)Saturday. Transfer to Hurghada. Accommodation at the hotel.Sunday. HurghadaOn Monday. Transfer to Luxor, accommodation in 5 * boat, lunch, a visit to Karnak and Luxor temples. Dinner and overnight on board.Tuesday. Sailing to Edfu, breakfast, lunch and dinner on board the ship.Wednesday. Visit Edfu and sail to Kom Ombo, sightseeing. Breakfast, ...
... racing bike and training for three iron man’s this year I can say he was putting down the hammer… I came in third.
The first camp was desert camp, and many things to get used to. Unloading your stuff from the truck, putting up the tent, soup to recover from the loss of calories and salts, riders meeting to discuss the route of tomorrow, dinner and then to bed early to recover from the short sleep and the long ride.