Iberotel Makadi Beach
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This is our last day in Hurghada and one I have been looking forward too. We were picked up early and drove to the Marina where we boarded a boat. After about 45 minutes we arrived at a private protected beach Mahmya Beach is on the southern shores of the Giftun Island National Park. On our boat are folks from Russia, Switzerland, frace and England and us. ...
... her death her stepson Tuthmosis III built a wall around the obelisk to hide it from view rather than destroy it. The obelisk is made of pink granite from Aswan. There is much to look at here so take as much time as possible if you go. From this temple you could once follow the Isle of sphinx, 4000 sphinx that lined a canal to Luxor temple. Many of the sphinx here have a rams head. The government is currently restoring this isle.
... at. They brought their own DJ "Al" & he was playing the best music! We joined right in on the dancing. During the night Al announced that anyone wanting to join the Gospel Choir should show up for choir practise the next morning. Well, I thought it would be fun and I love to sing so I went! It was great fun and we were practising for the three church services that they were going to be holding on the ship. I made lots of new friends in this ...
... a bang on the head. Luckily it was sand and the fall was quite soft, a little bruising and a shattered ego - haha. We reached the finish in the town of Aswan and with the fancier hotels and tourists around I thought we had missed the kids today (teenage boys actually), but I was wrong, these guys thought it was great fun to jump in front of us and pretend they were going to push us over. With Shona gaining ...
Day 85 – March 30
The first of four sea days en route to Aqaba, Jordan.
Shortly after leaving Salalah we entered the Gulf of Aden with Yemen
to our starboard (right for you landlubbers) side and Somalia to our
port side. These waters are where the Somalian pirates are most
active. Ever since we left Singapore and entered the Indian Ocean the
captain has regularly informed us that we are sailing in waters ...