Jasmine Village Hotel
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... 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 ...
... bar, Pepsi and a flush toilet! no paper but that's ok. 12 rolls stocked up. Rolling along, was great. Warmer, and beautiful scenery. Before a turn, there is 3 sets of 5 bumps, oh the girly bits! ouch! So jump, stand, and there are many turns along the coast. But the view of the Red Sea was beautiful to say the least. Camp was much better, less wind setting up, and the usual chaos of the trucks ...
Three days at sea to catch our breath & rest up for the next gauntlet which will be Egypt, Jordan, transiting the Suez Canal, more of Egypt and finally Israel. Lots to do on days at sea. The ship provides many activities for her guests - competitive games, destination lectures on the up coming ports, MahJong games, Bridge, Needlepoint, Tea Time Trivia, and on and on as well as just lounging around the pool and swimming.Plus these days are used to catch ...
... and advice to overcome all the legal issues that you are likely to face.
INSURANCE IN EGYPT
* Legal advice about the insurance activity in Egypt whether at the investment, establishment, during transaction or at other kind of business.
... we visited
all continents, except Antarctica, by the time we finish our cruise.
Day 87 - April 1 Safaga, Egypt
Safaga is a cruise stop only because it is a gateway
to Luxor. There is little of tourist interest in the small town
itself. Since we were in Luxor last year, we did not, unlike most
passengers, go to Luxor. We took a taxi to a nearby beach resort and
hung around there for a few hours.