Radisson Blu Resort, El Quseir
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TravelPod Member ReviewsRadisson Blu Resort, El Quseir
Away from al the so-so all inclusive hotels and resort this luxurious resort provides all inclusive of another level. Great snorkeling at the house reef.
Be prepared to be in the middle of nowhere.
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... trip back to the port of Safaga. The drive is in two parts, firstly the Nile irrigation region which has a lot of fairly subsistence level farming activity (mostly sugar cane and wheat, some cattle), secondly the desert stage which as you can imagine is pretty desolate. The port of Safaga is not the prettiest place you'll ever see and reinforces that Egypt, if not a third world country is certainly ...
... interest in history, we went to the Karnak temple (yippee) so now I can say I have been there! Like one guy said "nice stones, can we move on" haha, I shouldn't be like that but when something doesn't do it for you, what do you do? Don't do it for the sake of it. I am more interested in what is currently happening in the country than in days gone ...
... at around 3pm and decided to go straight in for a dive.
Andi, one of the owners of Diving.de - the centre we were diving with - came in with us and brought his camera as Yasser had told him Ruben is great at finding small stuff.
We got our kit together and headed down to the jetty to jump in on the house reef, which was lovely. Ruben managed to live up to the expectations, finding an octopus within the first five minutes, as well as a tiny nudibranch and an ...
... the paved roads
The first two days in the hotel were relaxed. In a resort type of facility, at the border of Cairo and close to the pyramids, I unpacked my bicycle, met all my fellow travelers and the crew, and was explained tons of rules and regulations. I guess adventurous people can also be stubborn, and managing a group of about 60 people in an expedition type of environment can be a challenge. So after these two days, I was eager to ...
... travelers can take to get to El Quesir, one of which is usually off limits to tourist busses. Well, because this is a geology trip, we wanted to go down the off limits road to see some of the Nubian Sandstone outcrops as well as the contact points between the Nubian Sandstone and the Basement Complex rocks. So we got to the road, our guide got out to talk to the guards, and they let us go through. I later asked our guide why they let us through if tourist groups aren't allowed, ...