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  • Blog#6Its the next day and I’m finally in Egypt after almost 11 hours. Its so hot here, the sun is so strong. Today I went to go see the great sphinx of Giza and wow its so much bigger in Posted by jalenfigueira in Travel & Tourism Assignment | Jun 3, 2019
  • Egypt, AfricaToday i landed in Egypt after quite a long air plane ride from Germany. It was about five and a half hours. I am going to the city of Cairo so i can see the many ancient tourist attractions like Posted by Jsonsantoss in My Dream Trip around the World | Jun 1, 2019
  • AswanAfter a night flight to Aswan and a good night sleep we started a new day. Today it was on to the Aswan High Dam and the temple of Philae. The Aswan dam was nice, you passed the friendship monument Posted by Astreia in Around the world Travels | May 24, 2019
  • Touchdown in CairoWe landed in Cairo in the early afternoon, so we got to our transport to the hotel where we would stay. It was called hotel Happy Cairo. Location was perfect, the rooms unfortunately were a little old and weathered, and Posted by Astreia in Around the world Travels | Apr 19, 2019
  • Suez, Suez Canal, Port Said, Egypt - Wednesday, 3 April 2019Queens Suite - Deck 9 - Cabin 9047 Last night we anchored in the Red Sea at the entrance to the Suez Canal and started to sail through the Suez Canal at 4 am. It will take us 10 hours Posted by gaddingabout in To London, To London, To Visit The Queen | Apr 16, 2019
  • Suez, Cairo - Tuesday, 2 April 2019Queens Suite - Deck 9 - Cabin 9047 Gala Evening - Egyptian Ball Today is a lazy day at sea en route to the Suez Canal. After breakfast, we attended a lecture by Captain David Wilkinson, OBE, RN (Retd) entitled "Talking to Pirates". Posted by gaddingabout in To London, To London, To Visit The Queen | Apr 16, 2019
  • Last Day in EgyptI was feeling very lousy in the morning so Don went off with others for our last day tour of some of Cairo’s sights. They left about 7 with the intention of going to the Egyptian museum before the crowds. Posted by katdill in Back to Africa | Mar 11, 2019
  • Relaxing at the Red SeaOur first day at the resort was pretty slow and simple. I started the day with doing some laundry, which dried very well out on our balcony. We had a walk on the beach at low tide, until the lens Posted by katdill in Back to Africa | Mar 11, 2019
  • On to the Red SeaWe had a good time at the Murphy’s Irish Pub last night, although we had a little difficulty finding it. Ashraf hadn’t been there before and just had directions. So we went into a doorway and climbed 5 floors of Posted by katdill in Back to Africa | Mar 1, 2019
  • The Red Sea, EgyptDays. 19 - 24 Hurghada. The Arabia Azur resort was a bit daunting for us at first, quite a big change from the noise and bustle of Luxor, but after a day we settled in nicely enjoying the sun, Posted by debbep in Wanderlust is an incurable disease! | Mar 1, 2019
  • Siwa Oasis, a rare experience...!Siwa Oasis, the name conjures up visions of a luxurious, verdant watering hole, lush and green, surrounded by rippling sand dunes, camels ambling nearby. This is not, however, what greeted us after a 10-hour bus ride through the Sahara Desert. Posted by twodrifters07 in Egypt | Mar 1, 2019
  • Exploring Around LuxorWe got up early for breakfast and checked out of the cruise ship. By 7:00 am we were on our way in our little bus. After we picked up John from his hot air balloon ride (which he said was Posted by katdill in Back to Africa | Feb 28, 2019
  • Cruising the NileThis morning the rest of our group went off very early to drive to Abu Simbel Temple, which was an optional trip that we had not signed up to take. So we had the morning free to do as we Posted by katdill in Back to Africa | Feb 28, 2019
  • Starting Our Nile TripAfter breakfast, we loaded up a bus with our luggage and headed to the airport for our flight to Aswan. There were lots of tourists taking this flight, only some of which were with our tour company. And with our Posted by katdill in Back to Africa | Feb 25, 2019
  • Egypt TourWe were up very early to get our 3:00 am cab ride with Crispin to the airport. After we got there and were checking in, they told us our flight was late and wouldn’t be leaving until 6:00. So we Posted by katdill in Back to Africa | Feb 25, 2019
  • Karate dayIn the morning i walked around in Dahab and the Camp and took some photos.😀 You can see them here: [img=https://photos.travellerspoint.com/966585/IMG_20190218_113635.jpg caption=IMG_ Posted by Eltsulino in Eltsus_Footprints | Feb 18, 2019
  • Alexander the Great's Playground, Alexandria!We were saddened to learn news that the father of Mohamed, our great G-guide, has passed away, causing Mo to have to leave our group half way through the tour. Because he was unable to get a flight out Posted by twodrifters07 in Egypt | Feb 17, 2019
  • why i like Dahab and why you should visit DahabThere are many friendly restaurants, but I like Nemo restaurant the most. They are so friendly! The beach is very nice, and the sand is good to build The best Camp is Marine Garden Camp and it has a nice vegan cafe This Posted by Eltsulino in Eltsus_Footprints | Feb 17, 2019
  • Nile cruise and Luxor Day. 11. Friday Feb. 8 At 9 am our transfer arrived at the hotel and we climbed into a van destined for our three day Nile cruise. Nick and Louise from England were already on board, two thirty Posted by debbep in Wanderlust is an incurable disease! | Feb 15, 2019
  • Luxor & Valley of the Kings!We continue to have a wonderful time in Egypt, we arrived in Luxor on November 15 via a long bus ride from the felucca to "Thebes", the ancient name for Luxor. Enroute we stopped at Kom Ombo Temple, rare in Posted by twodrifters07 in Egypt | Feb 11, 2019
  • Cairo and AswanDay 7 Mohammed was our hired driver again to day . He was the one who picked us up from the airport. We set off at 9 and our first stop was Saqurra, which was a half hour or Posted by debbep in Wanderlust is an incurable disease! | Feb 7, 2019
  • EGYPT Egypt has been on my list since elementary school. I actually think it was the first thing on my list if I knew I had such a thing back then. But the polit Posted by debbep in Wanderlust is an incurable disease! | Feb 2, 2019
  • Felucca Sailing!Now this is living! We are floating down the Nile (or is that "up the Nile" when we travel from Aswan towards Luxor?) on a traditional felucca, a wooden boat that sails entirely under wind power...the peace of having no Posted by twodrifters07 in Egypt | Nov 13, 2018
  • The G-Adventures tour begins, amazing!In just three days we have managed to see some of the world's most amazing wonders, the Pyramids of Giza, the Sphinx, Philae Temple, the Aswan Dam, Abu Simbal and Egypt's National Museum, with a highlight being gazing in awe Posted by twodrifters07 in Egypt | Nov 12, 2018
  • Exploring Cairo, Day 1!By sheer chance, while picking grapes at Symphony Vineyard, we met a friend of Pat and Lamont's, Dave Mackie, who lived in Egypt for seven years... Dave's knowledge of the country was invaluable to us in the final planning stages Posted by twodrifters07 in Egypt | Nov 9, 2018
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