Iberotel Makadi Beach
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... first time I have gone to bed dirty
It was to be an early start in the morning, off to Hurgarda, a resort town on the Red Sea, famed for its diving (I wouldn’t be doing any, forgot my PADI card)
We arrived about 2ish, Mark said it would be a hovel, the worst place we have been to, I asked him if it’s that bad "why are we going there?"
We have always stayed there he said
Well it’s not the worst place, the rooms ...
Today was our second day in Luxor and another early start as we had breakfast at 6 and were away from the hotel by about 7.15am to get to the Valley of the Kings before the temperatures got too fierce later in the day. We arrived about 8.45 and visited three of the tombs (Rameses 3,4 and 9 out of interest). No relics in there just the decoration and in one (no.4) the burial chamber. A really ...
... things as well,he told us Egyptian men are very lazy,regarding their home life, he had never been in the kitchen.!!!.Said their Mothers spoil them,and then their wives continue, phones his Mother 3 times a day, or she becomes irate... ..terrible he knows ,and things are changing with his own children ,he hopes...Its how it is with Arab boys...revered...!!
Complicated historic facts ..but facinating.. preparing us for the day ahead.We drove for over an hour and a half before we ...
... The "bedrolls" remind me of cotton bales.)
We get off the ship when called and need to identify our luggage stating what is going with us to Luxor and what goes to Cairo. All of our luggage is there so we are part of the way there. (I take a picture of our suitcase in case I need to describe it later on.) We get on the bus and learn we are the smallest group which is good. We head off for a 2-3 hour ride ...
... a tranqualizing sound to hear the ocean laping up to the hull of the biggest ocean liner in the world.
What a fabulous day of seeing Luxor. There were 21 buses in convoy through absolutely nothing but sand and mountains. We saw small gatherings of Bedouins along the road and the occassional police stop.
We wanted to be on the first bus there so we could be ahead of all our crowds of 900 passengers but once at the ...