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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... other mixed up with another group of 10 with Ramses Tours on our ship -- which was fine. We were on the second bus and our guide was Mostafa. He was a very knowledgeable young man and he told us much about life in Egypt now, as well as its ancient history.
Here is what we learned about modern Egypt on the ride to Luxor:
Safaga is an industrial port town, known for its production of phosphorus and aluminum. The Red Sea was so named because it reflected ...
... slow ones are killing me! But sparks some good conversations. Terry's advice, they get easier with age. Which since John and Terry have 30+years each on me I tend to agree. Time to hunt down another beer and some crisps before rider meeting at 5. At the rest day in Luxor, think a room in a hotel is in order! Need to de-sand, and re-organize...... which should have done today, but sunny skies, beach, cold beer, whatcha going ...
... dusty and a little like a roller coaster ride without the horrendous drop hills. Fun!!
Out of nowhere we pulled up to a Bedouin camp. The guide for our small group was Mohamed, an Egyptologist, and quite easy on the ladies eyes. He led us to one of the tents and we were invited to sit down (on the floor) for a bit of a talk on the Bedouin life.While seated we were served "tea" by one of the young boys in the group. ...
We worked our way around some big coral heads until we were just off the reef, where we paused to listen - and to my massive excitement, I could hear some clicking noises, not dissimilar to those made by dolphins.
We all started looking out over the seagrass and as I turned around, I came face to face with the dugong, who was floating a couple of metres behind us and just watching us.
She didn't stay too long and we watched as she headed up to the surface ...
... George Hotel. It is a five star hotel adjacent to the Nile River. At the large Marina near the hotel, we saw many deserted River Cruisers. These boats normally provide a five to ten day cruise along the river to Cairo from Luxor with stops in between, or vice versa. The small traditional sailboats, Dhows, with the large triangular sails were nearby. Except ...