Imperial Shams Resort
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Travel Blogs from Hurghada
... at an all inclusive resort for 3 days! Not very Dragoman but a welcome change from the wild camping we did throughout Sudan and the ****** hotels we've had in Egypt so far. I've also got to that templed out stage as we have visited at least one a day since we hit Sudan. The pax changed in Gondar and it's all marginally better but no life long friends on this ...
... the general melee of people trying to pay US25 to a man for the honour plastering a huge stamp over an entire page of their passports. His name was Mohammed (of course) and he turned out to have quite a sense of humour. Especially when he dropped me off at the “wrong” Hilton!
I’m guessing it might have been his brother or uncle who then kindly picked me up and transported me all the way across the other side of town to the ...
... boat, minus 4 people who missed the deadline. Our guide didnt look very hopeful of finding them in the sea (and again) of humanity! We had a simple lunch of pasta, crumbed fish, salad and rice. The missing people finally turned up and we moved onto our next stop. I had a little nap while Chris snorkelled off the boat. Joined him for about 10 minutes later. Plenty of fish to be seen, lots of different colours although ...
... and the desert camouflaged security men and lookouts will be able to stand down.I heard on BBC world newsthat the pressure on Iran is so great that it will only take a spark to light the powder keg. Let us hopethe Black Watch is not the spark
My day when at sea is generally crossword, 5 laps of deck (1Mile), Pilates class, shanty singing. lectures and classical concerts as well as the evening ...
... abandoned ship for some food and wifi and found a great pizza place run by Italians living in Egypt. Peanut butter and jelly time had still escaped me, so pizza was a fantastic alternative. There was nothing remarkable about Hurghada, it's a very typical resort town with loads of junk sold on the streets, flirty salesmen, lots of neon announcing food and alcohol. Muslim standards go out the window here and tourists in bikinis are normal, ...