Hotel Rocketa

Address: El Mashraba, Dahab, South Sinai, Red Sea and Sinai, Egypt | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on El Mashraba, Dahab.
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        Travel Blogs from Dahab

        Dahab

        A travel blog entry by adamjess on Jul 19, 2015

        1 photo

        After leaving the hotel at 4am this morning, we have just been driving all day and don't expect to arrive until 4pm, we finally arrived to the hotel and got our room which was really nice compared to the others we have had, everyone needed to sleep because we drove all day we had to be ready at 7 to go into town to get some dinner I had like a chicken chilly stew was really nice jess got a lemon chicken was a really nice too. then we headed off at 9:30 to a checkpoint where ...

        Egypt part 7: dahab part 2

        A travel blog entry by ngyixian1 on Jul 29, 2014

        1 comment, 3 photos

        ... very cool. I felt like a fish. Made me wish I had a gopro camera to share it with everyone. My instructor tells me I'm some-sort of natural at this and have been asked to pursue this sport further. Apparently I'm very calm and 17m is very good for a novice freediver. More interestingly, I posses the seemingly unique skill of "handless equalization", being able to equalize pressure in my ears without needing to pinch my nose and blow out. I somehow picked this up in the ...

        Fun on a Felucca

        A travel blog entry by cyclingmo on Jan 31, 2013

        9 comments, 26 photos

        ... boat to Kom Ombo (the crocodile Sopek temple) built by Ptolomys VI, VIII, and XII between 1195 BC to 218 AD. Once back on the road at Edfu, we explored the temple built to honour the God Horus (God of life) and his Queen Hatur, built by Ptolomy II & III between 257 to 37 BC. I'm constantly amazed by the size and workmanship in these structures. How could they put them up with the limited technology they had in those ...

        Good evening!

        A travel blog entry by jjweatherstone on Jan 22, 2013

        3 photos

        ... to 8 or so metres, will was more intelligent in having his fins, and got down to 18. I know it doesn't sound that deep, but find an open space and see if you can imagine it. It's a very long way down! After that we went back to the centre, me pleased with the swimming workout, and then went to a dive shop where I bought my first dive computer! Though expensive in normal terms, in terms of global prices it was insanely cheap, so I'm quite happy! I plan to get the rest of the ...

        Crossing the border

        A travel blog entry by wanderingnomad- on Oct 02, 2012

        4 photos

        ... walk.

        It only took several minutes for the taxi to drop us at the border crossing and we piled out attempting to organise our passports and documents before heading across the border. We walked up to an area which looked a bit like a toll booth where two Egyptian soldiers sat with guns over their shoulders. Collecting our passports they put an exit stamp in each of them and we passed them the two coins that we owed as an exit tax. Then we began the next stage of the ...