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Travel Blogs from Nuweiba
... expert I asked her to have a look at Lucky. This time the skin was irritated around her legs and Sophie suggested that it might be a razor reaction on her skin and hence the allergies on her legs and nowhere else. She also suggested that sea water would be very helpful for her wounds on her legs.
With our sun block on it was time to swim in the water. I dropped off all our gear in a nice shady place but out of nowhere a young boy arrived. He didn’t look ...
... was burst. I looked at the back of the ship and not only were we still docked, there was a huge line of men still waiting to board, as well as 12 semis in line to get on, plus as at least 10 passenger cars to load. Random announcements in Arabic were constantly made, but seemed to mean nothing. We weren’t going anywhere.
Nightmare. But, Mary discovered that for 20 pounds we could buy a private room with bunk beds and toilet. Oh, we ...
... to how a lad from farming Devon found his way to the solitude of Sinai and to his spiritual home) and the American live there with 18 others – they all being Greek as the monastery is Greek Orthodox. Until the Israelis built the roads they lived a pretty isolated life, and you sense they prefer it that way. Once it would take two weeks from Cairo to reach them but visitors came in plenty. A visitor's book has as its first signatory General Allenby (WW1) and the ...
... on both Michelle and my face. I guess we were in shock. The guard grabbed us and immediately moved us the front of the xray line. Michelle went first and disappeared very quickly from my view. Large packages, stacked three high went on top of my bags through the scanner. My bags disappeared even quicker than Michelle. A local man was trying to pus his way passed me in the passenger xray line. A gave him a nice ...
... is yellow, while here in the Red Sea, the palate has shifted one hue, and the sea is full of pinkish oranges. We spent some time searching for sea horses in some low grasses, but instead continued to find numerous juvenile lion fish (they are everywhere here) instead. After the second dive, I wish that we could stay here for several weeks, so that we could explore some of the other undersea sights!
As the weather wasn’t being ...
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed