morris - Answered a Question by hillier (12 Oct 08 15:27)

I have some of the prices from last year ...pyramids and Cairo museum 68 pounds, pyramids, mosque and Nile 68 pounds, Pyramids and Shopping 32 pounds, beach transfer 22 pounds, pyramids, memphis and the tombs 68 pounds...children half price....all from Sokhna...Desert quad biking 29 pounds, Glass bottom boat 19.00 pounds, ras mohamed by boat 32 pounds, Naama Bay transfer 12 pounds....all from Sharm el Sheikh. On that trip we didn't go to Safaga or Aqaba as it was the relocation cruise to Sharm but basically the full day trips were 70-80 pounds and the half days a maximum of 32 pounds. We felt that they were really good value for money. Hope this helps a bit!!

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hillier - replied to morris (24 Oct 08 16:59)

Dear sir many thanks for the information. ref excurtion prices. kind regards john hillier.

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Greaves - Answered a Question by hillier (13 Oct 08 09:46)

Went VJV, all excursions included in the price of the cruise.

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hillier - replied to Greaves (24 Oct 08 17:01)

Thank you for the information , regards john hillier.

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meakins - Answered a Question by hillier (19 Oct 08 20:02)

Overnight stay in luxor valley of the kings night light show at temple of karnak all meals £125 00 per person well worth it also day trip to to petra in jordan £45 00 per person both these excursions are first class and the luxor trip does get over subscribed first come first served .

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hillier - replied to meakins (24 Oct 08 17:02)

Many thanks for the information regards john hillier.

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sims - Answered a Question by hillier (06 May 09 17:34)

What excursions can we go on when on the spirit from september 4th ?

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