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... everywhere we went given that tourism numbers from those countries are down 80%. This could also be the last entry in the blog for 2-3 days as our Egypt Vodaphone data SIM (3 GB for AU$10) in the iPad will cease to work after we leave Cairo Airport and Internet access in Jordan is expensive so unless we find reliable wifi in our Bedouin Tent accommodation out in the Jordan desert our next update may even come from Munich in 6 days ...
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 ...
... cannot talk in the tombs how could he? If is explained to us many times during our trip that these people will not hurt anyone they just come up with ways to part you from your money. If I had had a couple $1s handy (not opening my wallet) I would have given them to him because his information was good. Three tombs are enough for the afternoon. Before we had left home, I had bought us some really nice hats for us ...
Cruise Day 9 of Segment 2
The port of Safaga is located on the western shores of the Red Sea. Safaga is known primarily for its exports of phosphates from local mines however, the recent expansion along the coast has also touched this port city.
We signed up for another tour with Marilyn from Cruise Critic for Luxor. We left at 6:00 a.m. and didn't return until 9:30 p.m.
Luxor is approximately 225 km from port. ...
Safaga Egypt, April 2, 2011 – Day 87
We are the first cruise ship to visit Egypt since the "Revolution." Our arrival at the wharf in Safaga at 6:30 AM was without fanfare. The scene on the dock resembled chaos. Men were moving about haphazardly pushing carts loaded with heavy bundles covered with plastic or tarps. Burlap bags and bicycles ...