PrimaSol Titanic Resort & Aquapark
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
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... 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 ...
Today turned out to be a lay day as Tish awoke early with an upset tummy. By late morning, she was feeling much better and we made our way down to the resort beach and had a swim with the local resort dolphin. We read about the dolphin on reviews written about the resort by previous guests so it was a privilege to actually touch and swim with him. We were able to secure two deck chairs ...
... felafel kebab and then headed to the hotel's private beach. The hotel is actually 300m back from the beach so you have to walk 2 blocks over. The sun was going down but it was still 33 degrees according to the thermometre behind the towel pick up. A quick dip in the very salty sea, tried out the sun loungers and declined the staff attempting to sell us camel rides somewhere.
Dinner was at a seafood restaurant but suffice to say the standards are very different ...
... us and spirits back to 100%. The terrain so far has been fairly flat and we have had a tailwind most of the way (en shallah) which has made the going pleasant so far and a perfect way to find my fitness. Mountain and desert on the one side and the Red sea on the other. It has also been cold, similar to a JHB winter, cold in the morning and warms up a little during the day and cold in the evening. Happy Birthday ...
Hurghada is a small beach city on the Red Sea coast of Egypt. The city is basically a 2km wide strip of mostly hotels and resorts that stretches several km down the coast. What is particularly odd, however, is that a large number of the buildings are apparently abandoned in some state of partial construction. According to my tour leader, the Egyptian government, in an effort to boost tourism, made available large tracts of land to ...