Harby's Place

Wadi Mahash, Nuweiba, South Sinai, Red Sea and Sinai, Egypt | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Wadi Mahash, Nuweiba.
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Travel Blogs from Nuweiba

No kidnapping for us

A travel blog entry by heidi.buttercup on Mar 30, 2013

3 comments, 11 photos

... t wanna.. It's heavy and it's hard and I don't wanna, please don't make me! I sulked for a few minutes until I realized he wasn't going to let up and did my duty. The water was so icey we wore 5mm wetsuits but for me it wasn't quite enough. The water was incredibly calm and clear. What I really noticed here was that despite having great visibility on previous dives, there is still always floaties through the water, but in contrast, the Red Sea was crystal ...

Dreaded Nuweiba - Aqaba ferry

A travel blog entry by ragowski on Apr 01, 2012

3 photos

... to convince them to sell you a one way ticket even though you are obliged to return through this route within 7 days, not sure how they'd actually police that.

I opted for the Nuweiba-Aqaba ferry. Every blog i’d every read of this ferry was negative, they all told of a ridiculous wait, never actually knowing when the ferry was leaving, nor how long it was going to take.

Here’s an account of my experience:

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Laying on a beach on the Red Sea

A travel blog entry by spusan.phillips on Jan 09, 2011

Warm . . . 18 degrees C.
Relaxing . . . my own hammock and beach hut!
Exciting . . . survived snorkelling and saw several poisonous fish, but no sharks!

Basically, the Sawa Beach camp about 20 kms outside Nuweiba is the nicest beachside stay I have ever had. Star gazing at night, looking across the water and seeing Saudi Arabia . . . all very very ...

A destination is not a place but a way of seeing

A travel blog entry by sorbus on Sep 13, 2010

20 photos

... long ago, or for the new and brash resorts. Between the ancient and the new the usual suspects of Greeks, Romans, French, British etc stamped their way around the country causing cultural and political confusion. The Romans adopted Christianity in the 4th century and the colossal statues, the temples, ancient beliefs began to crumble away. The pyramids remain. They were built, not because the rulers then were obsessed with death – rather they so loved life that ...

Finally, a real beach!

A travel blog entry by amanda_escapes on Sep 04, 2010

27 photos

... either tanned, swam or snorkelled. I went snorkelling! The equipment the hotel had was really old and beaten up, but since it was free nobody cared.

The snorkelling was awesome, and the water was so warm it was like bathwater. The coral was pretty and I saw quite a few fish, but I've only snorkelled properly twice so I still had a great time! Apparently there was even better snorkelling in 'the garden' but I was happy in the 6-8 metre section as it was still quite a long swim ...