EL HAYAT SHARM RESORT
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... diving. But then the second day we dove a site called shark and Yolonda, which was a ship that sunk there in the 80's, the ship is in 200m so we didn't see it, but they threw the cargo, mostly toilets, overboard to try and save the ship. So safe to say Adam had an endless supply of toilet jokes, both above and below the water.... 2 great dives nearly made up for missing the thistlegorm. Sharm itself is a happening place, but you have to ...
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 ...
... all swimming our way. Such a cool sight to see them cruising through the waves, riding in front of the boat and jumping out of the water. My day was complete.
Back at the hotel we showered and went for dinner (nothing worth mentioning, I think it was just International again) and a few drinks.
Tomorrow is unfortunately our last full day here. We are going to miss having Jets and Megs with us, not to mention the all you can eat ;)
... end of the 19th century. Paintings of St. Katherine also are displayed here.
Before we leave the monastery, we walk up the rocky hillside to “make the panorama,” as Gomaa calls it. He means he’ll take our family’s picture in front of the monastery.
Once all pictures have been taken, we drive to Dehab, a coastal town on the Red ...