Jaz Makadi Star & Spa
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... the sound of it). In fact, they are fast becoming the new “holiday yobs” of Europe, putting us and the Krauts in the shade (quite literally). Those all-inclusive all-you-can-eat meals must seem incredible when you’re used to queuing 2 days for half a sausage and a stale loaf of bread, and many of the guests seemed to be stocking up for several months.
The diving had tired us both out so we didn’t partake of the evening entertainment ...
... of time..we were puddles by the end, the haven of the bus air con ,such a treat..
Amazing and hard to comprehend all the history and its wonder..
Seista time as we passed through the villages ,and later we saw the sheep, tiny flocks, being tended..even one is a prize,and watched over at all times..many waterways, carts and donkeys..lots of "Small Ones" here ,some very tiny, but lots had food and even shade.Loved seeing the real Egypt,the bakers,the market with many ...
Safaga, Egypt – 10th April 2013
We arrived early morning in Safaga around 8 am and were moored at the cement works, the photos, when uploaded will hardly be worth looking at. Our first choice for a trip was to a Hotel in Hurghada, for a day of snorkelling and sunbathing with lunch at the hotel and we were allocated this just 12 hours earlier.
The trip into the next town was 60 kms of relatively good ...
... Unfortunately he had to stop and ask everyone on the road side for directions. He drove like a mad man, passing everything on the road even when the road ahead was not visible. It was switch back roads and no one drives with their headlights on, only their park lights. It was an incredible trip for me to experience a bus that 70% of the people were more scared than me. The saving grace for me was the road was flat and there were no cliffs. ...
... carts and taken to a central processing plant or to grain elevators. Donkey carts were the only means of transportation.
The donkey cart trail that paralleled the canal was the main street of each village. It was fascinating to see the row of houses side by side with cultivated land behind each house, see the people, see where they live, and ...