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TravelPod Member ReviewsAlaska Camp & Hotel Dahab
soothing and very relaxing, unmissable, dont go to egypt without it
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... hopefully thay gives you some insight as to how the group wanted to ride the quads... Restrictions were put into place (that even *I* deemed ridiculous) and the group simply rebelled. I cannot tell you how many times we stopped for the guide to yell at someone. Sigh... so, here I was ready to turn my day around and it kind of just kept going sour. These days do happen. Every vacation day cannot be sunshine and rainbows. So, here's hoping a good night's sleep can reset for ...
... morning, we exchange greetings and she tells me she's going to die in dahab in a thick German accent (she's not trying to be funny, just depressed :-( ). I did 2 dives here. Dahab's dive sites are shore dives, where you waddle into the sea with all your gear on. There are some coral reefs here off the coast, but the major attraction is underwater landscape. I dived the "canyon", which is a 32m dive where you fit your body through a narrow hole as you descend, almost ...
... and the problems so far have only reached as far as Port Saed. In Egypt however the defence minister today spoke of the riots, and that they have the potential to destabilise the entire state. If that happens, me will and Matt already have a plan. Car to Sharm. Plane. Meet up in a couple months at wills and have a skiing holiday in Switzerland! More updates in a couple ...
... a single place where the man would be able to put more mattresses but miraculously he managed it.
The three of us then decided to leave the bustle of the hostel to explore the Old City a little. It was quite mystical at night. Eerie yellow lights shone down at us from above on the walls and there were winding cobblestone alleys and low ceilings everywhere. We walked past many people although most of them seemed to be Hebrew and Jewish people. We didn’t see a lot of ...
... I've not been up to a lot, aside from working. Although me, Ruben, Monem and Liana did escape for a night to Nuweiba. For numerous reasons, we all wanted a quick break from Dahab and even though we were only gone for 24 hours, it felt so much longer.
We stayed at the Bedouin Star camp, which was delightfully empty and is really well run and designed. All the huts here are angled towards the sea, so no matter ...