Panorama Bungalows Resort Hurghada
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- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
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... to see the local communities settle in after sunset. We followed the course of the Nile. Each small farming community has armed guards at the gates. As the sun sets all the small mosques call the faithful to prayers and light up the minarets like Christmas trees. On the outskirts of Luxor we are assigned a police escort so had a clear run through all the police checks and didn't have any trouble finding the hotel. Air Conditioning and cold drink, life is ...
... for the pharoahs of Egypt. It was impressive. The sites ran up to 100meters before you reach the tomb. At this point, we split from half the group, and go with two Australian girls to Hurgada for a few days in a resort. It's a town that's in the east of Egypt, on the edge of the Red Sea. Completely different from the rest of Egypt, not temples, no ruins, no pyramids. But still, there are persistent junk pushers. We thought that the other guys had missed out. In our minds, we had ...
This is going to be short because I have written so many blogs and then not been able to send them and it's very frustrating! If it's successful then I'll send another tomorrow. When I booked this trip we were supposed to be going through the western deserts of Egypt but Fco advice stopped all that and we've been diverted to the Red Sea. Consequently ...
... or the ship come to that) ever arise.
I must admit, that by this time, I was looking forward to a rest day by the pool, and we made ourselves comfortable in the large double cabanas, having bravely fought off the advancing Red Army using only our bags, towels and sense of resolve. It used to be the Germans and the British who battled over the sunbeds, but we have both been usurped by the Russians who seem to have invaded large parts of the Red Sea (they ...
... everywhere we went given that tourism numbers from those countries are down 80%. This could also be the last entry in the blog for 2-3 days as our Egypt Vodaphone data SIM (3 GB for AU$10) in the iPad will cease to work after we leave Cairo Airport and Internet access in Jordan is expensive so unless we find reliable wifi in our Bedouin Tent accommodation out in the Jordan desert our next update may even come from Munich in 6 days ...