Hotel Sol Y Mar Makadi Marine

Address: Madinat Makadi, El Gouna, Red Sea and Sinai, 178, Egypt | 4 star resort
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This 4 star resort is located on Madinat Makadi, El Gouna.
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4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

Travel Blogs from El Gouna

Through the Suez Canal

A travel blog entry by franj on Oct 10, 2014

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We are safely through the Suez Canal and into the Red Sea.we went straight through in a convoy of ships. There were gun emplacements everywhere but everything was quiet and the sunset amazing. We played bridge all afternoon watching out the windows when we were dummy. Today we are stopped at Hurghada on the Red Sea. We went into town by tender and shuttle, but came back almost immediately because it was hot and ...

I'm on the Pursuit of Happiness

A travel blog entry by nicole.reed823 on Jul 31, 2014

... feeling of having something to live for. Egypt is just such a beautiful place; of course there are things that I am learning to deal with, such as Egyptian time. I was so worried that I would regret moving here; regret leaving my friends, my family… my life behind in The States to move to a developing country that isn’t exactly the most ...

Welcome to the land of the Pharaohs

A travel blog entry by christine_n_den on Aug 05, 2013

1 comment, 70 photos

... couldn’t make a deal we were either told rudely to 'get out’ or to 'leave Egypt’.

After Aswan we headed to the world famous city of Luxor. Our method of transportation to Luxor – a felucca down the Nile! We spent two days and nights sailing and sleeping aboard the traditional wooden sailing boat. When we got too hot, we simply jumped into the refreshing Nile waters to cool off! It ...


A travel blog entry by georgekeats on Apr 01, 2011

... activity but that there is little risk for a ship like ours.
Cruise ships are not generally targeted due to their high speed and
height of the open decks, making it difficult to for pirates to
board. However extra security measures were put in place. The outside
decks were patrolled 24/7 by several security staff, peering through
binoculars, on alert for craft entering our security zone. High
pressure water ...

TIA - This Is Africa...

A travel blog entry by franso on Jan 19, 2010

5 comments, 17 photos

... let go at 110km, and disaster starts. To far ahead of the other cyclists, nobody to take the wind for me, and 60km to go. I can tell you, a real character builder. Arriving at around 2pm in camp I am staring 10 minutes into oblivion before I am back on earth. Almost 40 percent do not make it in time before dark and are swept by the truck and loose there EFI status. We all promise each other to take it easy tomorrow, with this pace we will be ...