Iberotel Makadi Beach
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Today is our last day in Egypt and we will spend most of it in transit catching the local airline from Hurghada to Cairo and then Another flight from Cairo to Amman, Jordan. The journey started with a 9:00 am taxi ride to the Hurghada airport and will finish with an early evening check in to our hotel just south of Amman in neighbouring country Jordan. We have really enjoyed Egypt and especially the warm welcome that the ...
... the water edge and spent the entire day watching the various activities happening on the water from parasailing to people in sitting in lounge chair being towed by a boat and even indulged in a small pizza for afternoon snack. By the evening our health was restored and we were ready to continue our exploring taking a walk outside the resort to a Couple of souvenir shops adjacent to the ...
... there is a water closest on the bus. We have a great Egyptologist with us for the entire time and learn lots about the area we are driving through. We are given a very detailed schedule of the next three days which comes in handy many times. We head to Luxor in time for lunch at a hotel overlooking the Nile River. We next head to the Valley of the Kings on the west side of the Nile. Tombs and burials are done on ...
... laundry and other "housekeeping" chores like blogging!
I took up a new activity. When our changeover happened in Dubai the ship took on a large contingent of about 80 travellers travelling together to follow the travels of Paul the Apostle through Egypt & Israel. The travel agency, Blue Water, specializes in trips for afro-americans. On one of the first nights on the cruise they had a dance party in one of the lounges that we just lucked ...
... activity but that there is little risk for a ship like ours.
Cruise ships are not generally targeted due to their high speed and
height of the open decks, making it difficult to for pirates to
board. However extra security measures were put in place. The outside
decks were patrolled 24/7 by several security staff, peering through
binoculars, on alert for craft entering our security zone. High
pressure water ...