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Great hotel if you are into scuba diving, eating and having the kids learn how to swim. If you want to see Egypt, as in its culture, history, people, you will not find it here.
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Zum tauchen hervorragend. Das Hausriff direkt vor dem Hotel, weit und breit keine anderen Tauchbasen. Eine kleine Lagune, auf der man surfen und Kajak fahren kann. Sonne satt und Pools und Sportangebote, die einem die Zeit sehr gut vertreiben.
Auch beeindruckend, dass in Al-Qusair noch Kanonen von Napoleon stehen. Ansonsten ist in der Ecke …
... we tried that we didn't care for was a lamb couscous dish. There were Moroccan and Egyptian dishes -- they were spicy, but not hot and we enjoyed trying the new foods.
Our tour to Luxor and the Valley of the Kings was arranged by Barbara Moore with Ramses Tours. We met Barbara and the rest of our group at 8:00 AM on the ship and by 8:05 were on our mini-bus and on our way to Luxor, about a 3 hour drive from Safaga. Our group of 10 ended up half on one bus and half ...
84km today so a very early finish. Can't believe we had our lunch at about 10.15 am - the racers went through for their 'lunch' stop about 9am - they arrived at camp 4 by 10am. I got in by 11.15 or so. Earliest start yet - 7am. Have a head start because I don't eat porridge - means I can pack up my locker before breakfast as I only need my mug for my very welcome morning cup of black tea. I also have half a pita bread filled the last few mornings with ...
... people and really pushed out of my comfort zone, everything felt great. The tip from another rider to use baby power was great. A bit messy when using the toilet/sand dune, and not a good combo with black shorts, but whatcha gonna do? Lunch truck was at 70km, so 2 banana's, filled up on water and was off. Roundabout 1 was simple, minus the speed bumps, or negative speed bumps in some some spots. Roundabout 2 was ...
... without a trace of vegitation.
An early start to travel about 200ks through the mountains and on to the Nile Valley, to Luxor and its wonders.Our guide "D",had flown from Cairo..a new highway still under construction,we set off, many buses in the convoy,all must go together,we had an armed guard,on each bus, tiny man with a large "glock",gun,who was very low key.
Our guide gave us lots of wonderful information on the history of this interesting Country,and lots of ...