Marmara Sabena Resort
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... flagged down a passing repair guy and almost physically brought him to my room. He fixed the electricity problem by hardwiring it around the key lock next to the door rather than replacing the unit. Worked for me.
Cellphone service was spotty even in high-traffic areas. The WiFi never functioned very well in any location I tried, and uploading photos or other kinds of internet capability they take for granted in Turkey and Poland, ...
The reason I love Sharm el-Sheikh so much is it's a holiday mecca! The place - a gorgeous sea view beach setting - has everything you need for a relaxing holiday. Yes it's nice to see the locals and culture on holidays, but here you don't experience the down sides of this. From clubbing to quading in the desert, diving to fine food, this place has everything for an enjoyable ...
... of the best diving in the world, and I've been looking forward to diving here for years after hearing so much about it. The world of dive vacationing is very similar to the world of backpacking, you meet people who have traveled / dived all over the world and are eager to share their experiences. Unlike backpackers, divers are probably the only people other than sushi chefs who will gladly talk all day about fish. I'm diving with a dive center which is reputed to be very ...
By the time we hit the airport we had been on the go for 17 hours. It was nearly midnight. We hadn't killed each other yet so all good. The no whinge policy was working well. Coffee and muffins a for a light snack before boarding and we almost felt ready to go again apart from the fact that our eyes were nearly closed and our legs didn't want to ...
... head out to the beach promenade, a long stretch of paved sidewalk that runs between the hotels and the beach. The promenade is really pretty, even if littered with Cancun-like hotels and beach fronts. It feels like Cancun, except everyone is speaking Russian or Arabic instead of English or Spanish. The nice thing about the beach walkway is that there are no street vendors to hassle us as we stroll. A few of the restaurant staff stop us for the hard sell, but Mike ...