Lithuanians in Egypt: Local bus trip to Luxor and Hurghada

in TravelFeed2 years ago (edited)

The 7-day all-inclusive stay in Hurghada, Egypt was paid for by the company that I work for. 25 colleagues of mine came with their wives or girlfriends so a total of 50 Lithuanian guests swarmed the 5-star resort. Laying by the pool and enjoying the sun is nice, but real Egypt stretches on the other side of the fence, so I took the local bus to Luxor, known as Thebes in the past.

Luxor is known for many things, but the main one is the Temple of Karnak. Karnak is the modern name, as the original name of this ancient site is the Temple of Amun. It is considered to be the largest religious building in the world. Even bigger than The Temple of Borobudur, located in Java Island, Indonesia, that @Kamile and I had a chance to visit back in 2016.

Walking across the town of Hurghada was quite an adventure too. This time my colleague Rolandas decided to join. Unluckily, almost all the footage that I took was pretty useless and my wife had to put a lot of effort to make at least a semi-decent video. It would have been better to take my good old action camera, but it is how it is...

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