Jaz Makadi Star & Spa
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... of a dispute about the service charge, I wouldn’t pay it, there wasn’t any service, the owner came out and I asked him if he paid his staff to chat up girls or to serve people, well you know where this went, I never paid the service charge and he got told to serve people not just chat up the girls, he looked daggers at me, oh well it happens
I went off for ice cream
Everyone is going off on a boat today, either diving or snorkelling, I ...
... trip back to the port of Safaga. The drive is in two parts, firstly the Nile irrigation region which has a lot of fairly subsistence level farming activity (mostly sugar cane and wheat, some cattle), secondly the desert stage which as you can imagine is pretty desolate. The port of Safaga is not the prettiest place you'll ever see and reinforces that Egypt, if not a third world country is certainly ...
... perfect in the main...nearby the Temple of Luxor,with its huge intact obelisk, ,on one side the portals are broken, but its still a breathtaking place, the hyraglifics are so outstanding,and perfect, amazing is the construction of giagantic pillars, with huge blocks on top,that you thought how on earth could that get up there..a long, long time ago,like 380 BC,its not really describable,its so tall and huge,and dwarfing, each chamber built so carefully to get varying degrees of ...
... Tut's tomb, breaking through to it while working in another tomb) Our guide is young and walks that way. She takes off down the valley and I am not the only one that is having problems keeping up with her. But I am the only one that says something (I see relief on some of the other people's faces.) We visit three tombs during this tour. Our guide explains that she cannot go in the tombs with us since they do not ...
... dusty and a little like a roller coaster ride without the horrendous drop hills. Fun!!
Out of nowhere we pulled up to a Bedouin camp. The guide for our small group was Mohamed, an Egyptologist, and quite easy on the ladies eyes. He led us to one of the tents and we were invited to sit down (on the floor) for a bit of a talk on the Bedouin life.While seated we were served "tea" by one of the young boys in the group. ...