Royal Azur Resort
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- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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Today is our last day in Egypt and we will spend most of it in transit catching the local airline from Hurghada to Cairo and then Another flight from Cairo to Amman, Jordan. The journey started with a 9:00 am taxi ride to the Hurghada airport and will finish with an early evening check in to our hotel just south of Amman in neighbouring country Jordan. We have really enjoyed Egypt and especially the warm welcome that the ...
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 ...
... drink at an air-conditioned restaurant called Starfish just down the street, off we went again to see if we'd have any luck at a different store for souvenirs to bring home with us. This next shopping experience was much better and went pretty much according to plan. I knew the protocol, so just had to see it through to the end. This is how it went:
We entered a store filled with stuff and were greeted by the proprietor and his trusty sidekick helper. ...
... were tired and my arms joined them as hundreds of kids along the roadside cheered us on. Unfortunately it turned a little nasty, sugar cane grows along the side of the road and some kids decided to use it to try and cane us as we cycled by, Steve got a good old caning(no pun intended) on the backside but they missed me. We also got stones thrown at us which fortunately did not hit us. Back at camp war stories were told of ...
... thatch roof. Even the unfinished second or more floor can be occupied below. This is the law in Egypt so said the guide. Once arrived at the Valley of the Kings, cameras are forbidden inside the gates. We enter into the inner Sanctum down in the center of a mountain through a slopping tunnel to finally enter into a crypt where the sarcophagus of King Tut lies in a glass sealed tomb. I stopped counting the ...