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... seen, swam through a cave, and saw dozens of different types of sea life including blue spotted stingrays, pike fish, jellyfish, stone fish, lion fish, moray eels, dolphins (above and below the surface), and on our last dive a regal turtle swam right below us in the opposite direction along the aquatic highway.
Turns out that snorkeling is really easy, but diving isn’t. The best analogy for this place I’ve come up with is that Ras Mohammed National Park is like ...
... breathing lesson where their head was kept under water and once they passed this they were allowed to go scuba diving held onto by the instructor.
The fashion of the day beside the pool and beach is the bikini for young and old - the skimpier, the better or the burkini for the local ladies. Janet and I opted for a more conservative one piece.
Four days and four nights of relaxation, sun, surf and water. ...
... of their merchandise on display outside the shop – just there for the taking!! What trust! Of the shops that were open, some were doing a brisk business with all these tourists from the ship. Once again Barbara enjoyed the bargaining process which she has honed to a fine edge. According to the ship’s “Travel Guide” this is the last port on our itinerary where prices are flexible. (She has never shopped ...
... head out to the beach promenade, a long stretch of paved sidewalk that runs between the hotels and the beach. The promenade is really pretty, even if littered with Cancun-like hotels and beach fronts. It feels like Cancun, except everyone is speaking Russian or Arabic instead of English or Spanish. The nice thing about the beach walkway is that there are no street vendors to hassle us as we stroll. A few of the restaurant staff stop us for the hard sell, but Mike ...
... the corridors wreak of smoke, obviously ingrained in the carpets and drapes, mostly outside the Britannia Restaurant, the one we dine in. Last couple of nights, we have also smelled smoke in the Theatre. It just wafts by and no one does anything about it. Im suspecting it is staff behind some closed door and because there is smoke on the stage, maybe they think we cant smell cigarrette smoke. That is my biggest issue with the ship. The ship ...
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