Solaimaneyah Golf Resort & Spa
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- Swimming pool
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- Free parking
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After a week of liver punishing on the Adriatic Sea with some weird and wonderful people, it was time to tackle Chels dream destination, Egypt. After the issues we had with our credit cards, we were no where near ready for what waited us outside the terminal. We walked out with our trolley to the relentless verbal assault of the post revolution tour company salesmen which hit us harder than Daniel Kerr with a taxi ...
... the sun slowly sink below the horizon and the stars to slowly start to peek out before the show started. To top off the experience, the last call to prayer for the day suddenly started, the raucous sound of the holy man on the microphone blaring out of the hundreds of powerful speakers throughout the city, the chanting of thousands of people echoing and bouncing off the tall apartments and the pyramids themselves... a sound I'll never forget. I can't really explain it, but there ...
... will try and rope us into going off with them....sometimes even saying that they work at the hotel. Haha - exactly what happened last night! It was also good to know that there is a 50 Egyptian pound and also some rarely used (but still available) 50 pesistas (equivalent of cents) notes that look virtually the same. Apparently some of the vendors will give you the pesista note and of course you won't realise until you try to use it in the future!
... were on the same flight from Dubai and were in business class with me (we had met before when I played in Australia) and they are at the same hotel. We have just had breakfast with them before do a bit of exploring. Went down to where we are playing to have a look and watched the Egyptians practice. They were very welcoming and I might go back later in the day for a practice(our official practice day is ...
... on the private pathway of the Hotel.
Breakfast Buffet then a visit to the Citadel and the Mosque of Mohammad, also called the Alabaster Mosque. Amr always advised us when cameras could be used.
When necessary left our cameras and personal items on the motor-coach safely. Cameras were not allowed in the Egyptian Museum. The Citadel provided a beautiful view of the city high atop a hill. The highlight of the ...