Magic Life Kalawy Imperial
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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 …
... and honey - but today had a change and had peanut butter and jam!! Means I can keep my mug in my Camelback rucksack and then when I arrive in camp each night I can go straight to the camp kitchen for my mug of soup, without having to go and search in my locker for it.
Intersting conversation going on while waiting for the 'real' coffee to be ready at 6.30 for the addicts - before that it's hot water in flask dispensers and 'ordinary' coffee, ...
... huge pavers,and more writings, some colours further in, but some was plastered over and painted with scenes,many civilizations had passed this way,and the Romans did a lot of damage.We had time to wander,look carefully and find small special things.Very hot,..lots of persistant vendors,a toilet with flushing and clean tiled floors, unexpected...Outside,little horses pulling small carriages, all had shade, and carried big bundles of grass for their needs..a surprise, not hardly a dog ...
We only saw Safaga from the ship's window's or deck. It wasn't easy for me to get out as the taxi's were limited to come no closer than a 15 minute walk and the temperature was 95F/35C and I couldn't walk it in 15 min on the best of days.
Kent decided that seeing the Valley of the Kings ...
... once a month! The colours on the ceilings and walls were astounding and just as I had imagined them to be.
We went in the tomb of Tutankhamun which was a lot smaller than the others because he died aged only 19 so he only had a few years to prepare his tomb.
We had lunch in a smart hotel in Luxor which wasn't bad considering the number of tourists they were catering for.
From here we went to the Karnak Temple which ...