Sunrise Select Diamond Beach Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Shuttle bus service
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
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... they don't like the Egyptian tourists though (who mainly go the Sharm to people watch the crazy foreigners who don't were a lot of clothes) because they are hard work to look after (very demanding), and don't tip, but the "go with the flow" Aussies get first class treatment, including lessons in Arabic and local politics. Thanks Sharm, you were weird, but the water was clear, and the Egyptians were friendly, now to see a bit more of your ...
Sitting by the pool enjoying the wonderful atmosphere. All the staff here are so friendly and know you by name. My husband booked his diving yesterday. I will book myself some spa treatments I think when he is away. The spa is fantastic. Not cheap but really good. I love this place. It's been so good not having to worry about jobs and so on. We can just relax and enjoy the weather and the good food. Italian ...
It was a bit of a late night last night. A lot to drink and the sheer excitement of being here. Woke up early this morning. Went out on the balcony and saw people putting their towels down. This was at 7am. Now sitting by the pool in the sun. Oh it's hot. But di beautiful just as I remember it. Same faces even. My arabic comes in handy. Off for a ...
... Brotherhood version of the old Wild West, with frequent attacks on Egyptian military and police patrols and the occasional busload of Japanese tourists getting blown up. I decided that flying was a safer alternative and explored my options. If you can fly from Cairo to Sharm El-Sheikh, you must be able to fly from Cairo to Tel Aviv, right?
Yes indeed, but almost all the flights to Israel from Egypt go through Istanbul or ...
... Egyptian papyrus store in the ‘shopping arcade’. We find it hard to find a good reason to say “no” as soon as someone tells us it is free. Sigh. We are given a couple of pieces of thatched paper which have a hieroglyphic “translation” into the letters for English on which doesn’t make sense to me but what do I know (I clearly can’t ever remember what the letters we use for english - and german, ...