Helnan Nuweiba Bay Resort
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... were large pools of water everywhere - in the arrivals area flood water was being cleaned up, outside the ground was wet and muddy. Of course I dropped my scarf in it and when I picked it up mud flicked all over me. I arrived at the hotel absolutely filthy! We had fifteen minutes to change and then headed out to dinner. We had a nice meal and a proper intro to Zuhair. After dinner we went for a bit of a walk through the local market but we were stuffed. We heeded back to our room to ...
Early start to get to the airport however on the bright side we missed a lot of the Cairo traffic which can be very intense. We flew from Cairo to Sharm El Sheik (known as The City of Peace). There is a lot of security here. There are issues mainly in North Sinai. We are in the Eastern area of Sinai which is further from the security problems than Cairo apparently. Sharm El Sheik is a resort town that was once a thriving hub of tourism and currently hosting all the heads of state ...
... gunmen opened fire on his Egyptian Army checkpoint in the northern Sinai Peninsula, killing 15 soldiers who were preparing to break their Ramadan fast. Although he was not injured, his best friend was killed in front of him. I didn't know how to respond... It's just not something Australians would talk about in everyday conversation because it's not a truth to us. It was such a brutal reminder of how differently our world works from one place to another and ...
... can enjoy the city lights and on this occasion their fireworks. And it seemed like everyman and his dog was out picnicking or just chilling out all along the coast. Even when we drove Alberto back to the hostel, there were people sitting on the footpath all along the highway. Nice to see people out and about, this is how the locals spend their Thursday nights with Friday being their holy day.
It was then time to sort out exiting the country. ...
... wheel. We prepared ourselves for death but we did make it to Nuweiba in record time.
2) From the camp to the port, before hopping into the jeep, Henry T brandished his driver's license to our friend, who looked at us, laughed and declared he had no license and no ID, then ranted about how bad Cairenes were at driving, before performed some spectacular slalom round a pedestrian, lorry and a car - classic Egypt.