Sol Y Mar Makadi Sun
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... to see the local communities settle in after sunset. We followed the course of the Nile. Each small farming community has armed guards at the gates. As the sun sets all the small mosques call the faithful to prayers and light up the minarets like Christmas trees. On the outskirts of Luxor we are assigned a police escort so had a clear run through all the police checks and didn't have any trouble finding the hotel. Air Conditioning and cold drink, life is ...
... Reps from tourism company's approached us to try and sell us day tours. Could not sit and read for 2 minutes. Dinner was another buffet that we had started to get tired of and then an early night. Next day, We had a snorkelling trip out at this popular reef. There were lots of different boats all moored up with a lot of people learning how to dive. The reef was only 10 to 12 meters down so I wasn't overly keen to dive. After getting in the water, it took about 200 meters ...
... enough for him so we just decided to stay onboard and relax.
The view from the ship was beautiful and they say it's a place where there is spas and healing waters, beaches and tranquility. People who went ashore said there really wasn't much to see or do, so I don't think we missed much.
Safaga,is a working port on the coast of the Red Sea, brings you close to
what may be the world's greatest open-air museum -- the temples and
tombs of Luxor (what was ancient Thebes). "Close" is the important word
The bus ride from the Red Sea port to inland Luxor, which is in the Nile
Valley in central Egypt, is 3.5 hours each way, making for a very long
day. (Full-day shore excursions run 15 hours or more, and nearly
... not know how they were feeling but I was doing a steady pace. At 40km we got into Qena which was the start of the chaos. Today's ride took us into the agricultural lands close to the Nile where we came across "vegetation"(haven't seen that since Cairo) and loads of people (also been scarce in the desert). The race ended at 61km today at the lunch stop. From there I joined Steve (1of 4 SA riders) for the +/- 50km to Luxor, ...