Sol Y Mar Makadi Sun
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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 ...
... the water edge and spent the entire day watching the various activities happening on the water from parasailing to people in sitting in lounge chair being towed by a boat and even indulged in a small pizza for afternoon snack. By the evening our health was restored and we were ready to continue our exploring taking a walk outside the resort to a Couple of souvenir shops adjacent to the ...
... in the hot sunny places that we were going to. Well at this moment I think our hats are on their way to Cairo.
We next go to Hatshepsut Temple and it is explained to us that temples around burial sites are built solely for mummification of the kings, people that will go in that tomb. We then head to the Habu Temple the mortuary temple for Ramses III. We had watched some Nat Geo films on building temples ...
... about 2 ½ to 3 hours. The road had a new paved surface but, the quality is not the same standard as pavement in Canada. The road consisted of a many switchback areas and the curves were not meant for the 100 km posted speed. Some curves require a speed of 50 km. Our bus driver attempted some at nearly 100km.
On this tour we went to Luxor Museum, Luxor Temple, Temples of Karnak, Valley of the Kings, Temple of Hatshepsut and a ...
... on top. There must have been several hundred people participating.
A man from Spain standing next to me on the bow as we watched the drama below us said that it appeared to be people leaving Egypt. It turned out this process is the way they bring their goods, consisting mainly of crafts, to the port so they can be transferred to ships that will ...