Swiss Inn Pyramids Golf Resort & Swiss Inn Plaza
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... off and they only play a 13 point game). She has won three of the four games she played today...didn't finish until about 7.30 tonight. She was on fire in her last game against an Aussie running hoops from all over the place. Jayne is still playing her third game. She has won one and lost one so far. Colleen and I have come back to the hotel for a beer, wine and dinner!! ...
... over 8kms away and the largest one was built in a mere 20 years! The reality of the construction alone leaves you breathless. How a society thousands of years old could be so advanced is mind boggling and there are still many unknowns regarding the construction. The cap of the largest pyramid is missing, stolen years ago as rumors had it lined with gold (it was not) and now a piece of iron rests there to show the actual height if the cap ...
... and our skilled pilot was able to dip the balloon with precision close to the valley walls and almost touching trees below! It was pretty amazing and even better since it was both of our first times in a hot air balloon. After about an hour in the sky we finally landed and had the opportunity to visit the underground city about 100km away. We didn't quite know what it was all about but when we started descending down below the surface it pretty wild. These caves served as ...
... on the phone than face to face. It was originally 300LE and now we brought down to 120 LE only. It is a small room but it is just at the entrance of the Phoenix and Pyramids of Giza and from the rooftop, you could watch the Sound & Light Show in the evening.
In the afternoon, we visited the pyramids and the phoenix. They are much smaller than we expected. But if you imagine these monuments are ...
... it wasn't empty either. I'd say 85 - 90% capacity; mostly Middle Eastern families.
Once in Egypt, we were met by a representative from the school and he whooshed us through customs and security. Even so, the lady with the visas barely looked at my passport and ignored my customs sheet. Nobody's bags were inspected. We then loaded 3 trolleys and rolled out to the school's bus. There, all the suitcases were loaded up and we started on our way to discovering Egypt