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... Islam, the differences between the sects and his opinion that who use religion as an excuse for violence against innocent people are not practicing Islam, as it teaches that you can only act in defense of yourself or your family. He also told us that in Egypt it is the man's responsibility to take care of the woman. To marry, a man must provide a home and furnishings, pay for the wedding and honeymoon and pay the bride's family for the privilege of marrying her. After ...
... skies, ah heaven! Perfect! Quick trip to store as chips/crisps are a huge hit. Bought Sue some snickers, to keep her in good with her blog. I'll have to post that link, but if you google Tour d'Afrique 2015 riders, her blog is under her name, Sue. She's got quite the following and one of the few with a dongle. Tomorrow is 126km with a climb into the mountains, which I am looking forward to a decent hill to climb. ...
We departed Luxor in our mini van for our longest car journey - 5 hours - to the resort town of Hurghada. Dan and I spent out time watching the final episodes of The Killing II least not to prevent me from watching the terrifying driving. I figured it was better to go into that head-on collision with blissful ignorance. We stopped at an Egyptian equivalent of Welcome Break but much smaller. When buying some coffee, the shopkeeper took a shine to me offering me free ...
... 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.
... well try and make use of the all-inclusive facilities.
Friday 31st December 2010
We get up around 7am and are on the road by 8.30am. We take it steady as there is no real hurry so hope to do it in around 4 hours it is 270km away. The roads are busy up until just passed Qena which is a big city an hour from Luxor. Then we approach the desert road which takes us through a landscape of rocky mountains and not much else. The roads are quiet as we think most ...