EL HAYAT SHARM RESORT
- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Room service
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... The promos for it just slay me: a slick-voiced announcer rattles off advertising copy in fast-paced Arabic and then shouts, “Arabs Got Talent!” in English while people do improbable things on the screen. I’m not sure why I find this so funny, but since they run the ad every twenty minutes or so on the English-language movie channel here I got to see it a lot, and saw a bit of the show itself. It is quite as idiotic as all ...
The reason I love Sharm el-Sheikh so much is it's a holiday mecca! The place - a gorgeous sea view beach setting - has everything you need for a relaxing holiday. Yes it's nice to see the locals and culture on holidays, but here you don't experience the down sides of this. From clubbing to quading in the desert, diving to fine food, this place has everything for an enjoyable ...
... did not disappoint, the majority of the clientele and staff are British. I have eavesdropped on conversations about tea, biscuits, crumpets, mussels (??) and worcestershire sauce. One of the divemasters speaks impeccable queens English (she's actually welsh) such that the dive briefings sound like they're from the BBC (or Harry potter, take your pick). The downside is they want you to do some of the heavy lifting associated with your gear, Asian dive centers normally handle ...
... s salon, would I want to get my hair coloured for the equivalent of 15 GBP, um yes please!! So at 6pm the girls headed off to the appointment...3 1/2 hours later Megs and I were finally done and we were busting to get out of there but the colour was good so not all bad.
Dinner was Thai and this is usually a favourite but they downright butchered it!! Oh well at least I know brekky is good :)
... fort on the banks of the Nile. This tower and it’s partner tower formed a western gate and now mark the entrance to the Coptic compound we’re in.
We arrive at the Hanging Church, also called the Suspended Church because it was built, in the 9th century, over the Water Gate of Roman Babylon. We see a service in progress but are still allowed to enter and ...