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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 ...
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 ...
... on the bus ride back to the ship.) That's why
several lines also offer Luxor and the Valley of the Kings as an
overnight option from Safaga. Experiencing Luxor's bounty can easily
fill two days or more.
At early morning cruise travelers will be picked up from Safaga port to travel to Luxor with an Egyptologist tour Guide to wonder comfortably around Valley of the kings where the royal tombs of Egypt's famous Pharaohs like Ramasses and Tut-ankh-amun ,queen ...
... lighter side we had music (ok sounded like music) all the way back. The people on the bus were going oh, ooh, ah, eeh, no, yeah all the way back. About 1 mile from the port just when we thought home free, the driver went around a roundabout and caught the bottom of his front door on the curb. The whole front door window shattered. We did not know exactly what happened. For the last mile of the trip we drove with the door opened. Ray said ...
... not impressive. It was littered with trash, and ramshackled. Thoughts of Mumbai, India, came to mind. But it wasn’t nearly that bad.
Soon we were into the mountains. They were rugged and desolate. For nearly three hours we drove through a series of small villages. After not seeing vegetation at all in the mountains and desert, we welcomed ...