Alf Leila Boutique Hotel.
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Half way down the Red Sea en route to Muscat.
We have Saudi Arabia on the port side, Sudan on the starboard side.
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Its a sunny 27C today, with a sea temperature of 28C.
At 10:30 we attended a ...
... space, and I am no early bird so going out at 10am to find a sun lounger was no issue.
The only fault I can find is that wifi cost an additional 20 euros when really it should have been included. I got some lovely bargains at Naama bay and treated myself to some Prada sunglasses. . I had to have them. . Yes I am unemployed I forgot!
On the Friday we went snorkeling around tiran, this was an amazing day (I could not go to Ras ...
... colors, including reds, browns, blondes, and grays
... and there were a few mutterings about his performance review! After a 13 hour stop / start, sometimes tense journey, we rolled into Cairo at 9pm. To make up for the day we are in the Mercure directly opposite the pyramids and the rooms are large, with comfy beds and the worlds best shower! The 2 couples who had been on the Siwa trip are also back so we have a debrief on the two different journeys. This is the last night of the King Ramses trip.
... much cool stuff to see.
Today was an absolutely beautiful day in terms of the weather. I took a tour to the Blue Hole and what would've been another location however, I cut it short. As soon as I got into the Jeep it was having problems starting, and then when the driver swapped with another person who ended up not speaking English my doubt about the legitimacy of this tour was rapidly growing. As soon as we got to the Blue ...