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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... perfect in the main...nearby the Temple of Luxor,with its huge intact obelisk, ,on one side the portals are broken, but its still a breathtaking place, the hyraglifics are so outstanding,and perfect, amazing is the construction of giagantic pillars, with huge blocks on top,that you thought how on earth could that get up there..a long, long time ago,like 380 BC,its not really describable,its so tall and huge,and dwarfing, each chamber built so carefully to get varying degrees of ...
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... point at the dinner table - hectic. We did an evening cruise on the Nile and some dinners at the local "village" around the corner from the hotel, a side street cafe that served good cheap food, what a bargain. Friday evening we had our weigh in of our bags onto the trucks, we came in below our 46kg each limit - phew. Tomorrow the tour ...
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 ...
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