Iberotel Makadi Saraya Resort
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... didn’t include “apres-dive” drinking, “managing not to pop up to the surface like a champagne cork when your tank becomes empty” and “getting in and out of a wetsuit a size too small on a boat going up and down like a see saw” – I decided I’d probably fail that particular qualification.
We did see some nice corals, a big clam, some parrot fish and a large sea snake so I was happy. Dan tried out is new ...
... to carry them onward.. , the stars to guide them, on the ceilings,clear in detail, quite a distance underground, but all well organised, with good walkways.Empty of course, as they were looted and anything found had to be kept in museums.Ramses the V1 was the best and most intricate with several chambers, and a huge burial crypt, of stone..still intact.So so hot ..I thought this is almost intolerable at times, a little shade in covered seating areas, but you could not be out in it for ...
... etc and that helped us to understand and appreciate many of the things we are seeing throughout Egypt.
We then head to our hotel (which is on the Nile River) for the night and Brad and I find the bar which is very nice and have dinner and call it a night. This has been a very long day and while the rooms are small the bed is very comfortable. As I open our suitcase, I find that our hats are with us and not in ...
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. ...
... It was somewhat unsettling.However, we later learned there was more than adequate security but it wasn't visible.
Eighteen busses were lined up to take us to Luxor, about 125 miles away from the port. Two burly men confiscated the front seats on each bus. The bulges under their suit coats gave us the comfort we needed to drive inland.