El Wady El Mouqudess Hotel

Saint Catherine, Red Sea and Sinai, Egypt | Hotel
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This hotel is located in Saint Catherine.
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    Travel Blogs from Saint Catherine

    Mountain Meditations

    A travel blog entry by kim.orlesky on Aug 30, 2014

    39 photos

    ... passports and showing them our tourist visas. There were a couple of gorgeous tile mosaic signs that we passed by that I would have loved to take photos of, but because of the police presence within the vicinity, they prevented us from any pictures. When we made it to Saint Catherine's the day was already hot. It was a 1km walk from the car park to the cathedral, all a slight uphill. There were many tourists all in the area already, and it was probably the most tourists that ...

    Saint catherine / mt. Sinai

    A travel blog entry by ngyixian1 on Aug 02, 2014

    2 comments, 28 photos

    ... sure why they're there, though there have been several acts of terrorism over the years. We probably had to clear 5 of them during the 2 hour bus ride. For the most part, the soldiers peered into the bus and let us pass. I arrived at the monastery of saint Catherine at dusk and got myself a room. The room was a welcome step back into civilization after spending close to a week in my dahab beach hut. I have air conditioning, a floor, a real bed, a toilet ...

    Skiing on Mount Sinai?

    A travel blog entry by immyinegypt on Sep 09, 2013

    5 photos

    ... rising heat of the rest of the country. A scuffle of little feet and we notice that we have company. A wee Bedouin boy who has left his camels to rest below has been subtly making an advance, casually leaning on a rock here, hopping from boulder to boulder there and settles himself nearby to observe what our curious foreign party is about.


    After a while, my Cairene companion turns to ask the little chap a question, who blinks ...

    Check Points.

    A travel blog entry by immyinegypt on Sep 04, 2013

    3 photos

    ... while I drift in and out, studying Khasayim's accent, the funny 'j' in place of a Cairene hard 'g' and the Bedouin music that's playing – call and response, percussive and raw. I sink happily into the familiar old feeling of being the child, so often what foreignness amounts to; silent, with no expectations pinned on me or responsibility to talk. As each minute of my silence puts another mile between my little world and that of the front ...

    A mountain

    A travel blog entry by alister.bland on Jun 24, 2012

    3 comments

    ... us a lift in the morning. You can get a taxi ( pick up truck ) for about 2 dollars so not too hard to make your own way anyhow. Great place for seeing fish and coral. Right on the coast literally. The hole drops down within meters of the shoreline and is a real "blue hole". Ended up spending the day there; numerous swims with chilling in between in one of the restaurants / bars there. These are set up for just relaxing ( as ...