The Breakers Diving & Surfing Lodge
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... wonder where Moses was said to cross, this historical country brings such thoughts to my head.
As the sun drops in the sky we head back to mainland and enjoy our last sunset from Hurghada.
We partake of a seafood buffet for supper and again there are belly dancers and tandoura dancers as we enjoy our last evening here and knowing our trip will soon ...
... some of the traditional medicines and look at the couple of buildings that house their desert zoo. We go for a quick dune buggy ride as couples and then a short camel ride then we climb a nearby mountain to watch the sunset.
A lovely bar-b-que buffet is set up and we take our plates and sit on mats in the desert to eat. As supper finishes the show begins with a strong man (walks ...
... is unique in that 3 different religions have all been on this site. The Christians painted icons over the pagan art and used the temple as a church and then in the 13th century a Muslim mosque was built on the then buried temple. The mosque is still used today although with a new entrance! Although Amunhotep built the temple proper much of the rest of the temple was built by Ramses II and there are several statues of him here, there is ...
... picking them up in Safaga to transport to various Egyptian cities for sale in their shops or stalls.
Some 30 men with large trolley carts then began appearing on the pier. We surmised these must be porters who help the traders stack their bundles and then wheel them off the pier, through customs, and then onto buses or other forms of ground transportation.
I stood outside for about an hour watching this amazing scene unfold below. I chatted with ...
We finally docked in Safaga after cruising the Red Sea for a couple of days. This was our first port in Egypt! It was hard to believe we were actually there. Looking out of our cabin we could see past the port and it was sand, sand, and more sand. Jagged mountains of sand with what looked like no vegetation at all on them. So starkly beautiful!. Our tour today was a "Desert Jeep Safari". On the pier we boarded enclosed 4X4 jeeps ...