Hurghada SeaGull Beach Resort
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... butter and honey. Don't feel that hungry but force it down with a cup of tea. First to leave once again, horrible head wind for the first 15-20km. Making slow progress and making calculations as to how many hours cycling it would take at 12-14km an hour - and was it feasible to finish before the Rider's Meeting at 5pm. Seems that everyone was making similar sums as they cycled this bit. The racer's peloton came whizzing past at about 25km - Mike at the ...
This is our last day in Hurghada and one I have been looking forward too. We were picked up early and drove to the Marina where we boarded a boat. After about 45 minutes we arrived at a private protected beach Mahmya Beach is on the southern shores of the Giftun Island National Park. On our boat are folks from Russia, Switzerland, frace and England and us. ...
... some of the traditional medicines and look at the couple of buildings that house their desert zoo. We go for a quick dune buggy ride as couples and then a short camel ride then we climb a nearby mountain to watch the sunset.
A lovely bar-b-que buffet is set up and we take our plates and sit on mats in the desert to eat. As supper finishes the show begins with a strong man (walks ...
Today we get to spend relaxing, a lot of R & R by the pool, Jeff buys me 2 massages so at 11 I head in for my massage, its nice and relaxing but I am not overwhelmed. I am enjoying the sun and pool time and a few nice drinks. We wander to the red sea but the water is rough due to the winds so the pool it is. There is a child's pool area with toys and slides and the adult pool area. There is also the spa, a shopping plaza, activity center, disco and ...
... statue of King Tutankhamen and his wife. There is an obelisk for Ramses II here, its twin now stands in the Place de la Concorde in Paris. In this and Karnak temple you can distinguish Ramses carvings easily because they are done much deeper than others to aid in preventing others from chiselling his name off, a practice he did to others.
These two temples were really 2 of the most impressive we have seen and at Luxor you can see part ...