La Siren

Address: Nuweiba, South Sinai, Red Sea and Sinai, Egypt | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Nuweiba

Leaving Egypt /Arriving Jordan

A travel blog entry by annmennen on Mar 29, 2015

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... our luggage. The luggage all gets thrown together and when the luggage cages come out, they get swarmed on by passengers, like ants on sugar. Luckily our luggage was a little separated so it was (comparatively) easy to find. On the way out Anastasia had her bum pinched by the policeman who had been escorting us through. Us girls all then thought that the men here would be sleazy but when Zuhair heard about it he seemed genuinely shocked so hopefully it was a one off. We noticed ...

No kidnapping for us

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

3 comments, 11 photos

... the time for a massage, and to get my mangy travelers feet tended to and booked in for a massage and pedicure in the second floor spa looking over the pool and out to sea. The massage was fantastic and a young man manned the pedicure station. I had a somewhat difficult chat to him in broken english about how he became a massage therapist and he told me up until last year he was in the army (Egypt has conscription laws). He explained to me that in August last year ...

On the midnight express to Egypt

A travel blog entry by lucindafagan on May 17, 2012

15 photos

... and everyone wanted to say hello. We then found a place to eat, the one with the most locals tucking in and it turned out to be a good choice. We all ate amazing food - chicken, tabouli, falafel, flat bread, hummus - for next to nothing. To walk off our food we wondered down to the waters edge where there is an amazing view across to Israel. It is crazy just how close it is and due to political reasons the Jordanians are not allowed in. At ...

The night we were abducted

A travel blog entry by hulmann on Apr 09, 2011

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... he asks if he can smoke, taking into account the powert relationship in the middle of the wilderness (even Moses got lost there for 40 years), which is apparently rife with escaped convict bandits, we didn't refuse. The passenger then rolled up a spliff, passed it to the driver who then carried on chatting away, but this time, with one hand over the shoulder of his friend, one on his prized joint, he had no hands ...

A destination is not a place but a way of seeing

A travel blog entry by sorbus on Sep 13, 2010

20 photos

... sites; the latter being collections of slightly ramshackle huts, built of palm leaves , wood or brick plus, maybe, a restaurant and toilet block. We stayed first in City Beach Camp – lots of bright flashing lights at night in the palm trees, a wide sandy beach, and apart from us just two German guys staying (the first overlanders we have met on this trip!) on their way to South Africa. We moved onto Petra Camp ( as it has delicious food, a ...