Octopus Garden Resort

Masraba Street, Dahab, South Sinai, Red Sea and Sinai, Egypt | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Masraba Street, Dahab, is near Coptic Cairo, Hanging Church (El Muallaqa, Sitt Mariam, St Mary), Mosque of Ibn Tulun, and Coptic Museum.
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    Travel Blogs from Dahab

    Weddings and the crash

    A travel blog entry by immyinegypt on Sep 16, 2013

    ... br> The night is in much the same format as the previous one, accept on this occasion the marriage happens during the party; a similar procedure to the last, yet even quicker. You could miss it if you weren't concentrating. We feel more comfortable with the dancing this time and get out our Shaaby street battle dance moves, to the mixed disbelief and delight of those around us. As a measure of the banquet's lavishness, I feel as plastered to my chair after eating ...

    Egyptology 101 - gods and goddesses

    A travel blog entry by theresabill on Jun 03, 2013

    8 photos

    ... Ra-Horakhty - was represented with a falcon head and a sun disk headdress surrounded by a cobra. He was the living manifestation of Ra

    Sekhmet - was represented as a woman with a lions head, was the eye of Ra, was the alternate form of Hathor and wife of Ptah

    Seth - was represented with an aardvark head, was the red god, was the god of evil, chaos and violence, he killed his brother Osiris and was killed by Horace, the son of Isis.

    Cairo—The Pyramids At Last

    A travel blog entry by leahaston on May 01, 2013

    2 comments, 28 photos

    ... Some had wigs. Some had their original hair dyed with yellow henna. Some were disfigured from the way they were killed. One of the mummies had skin so well preserved that it was possible to see the pockmarks in her skin from smallpox. I also enjoyed the giant mummified Nile crocodiles and fish. Next, we spent some time wandering around Tahrir Square. If you look closely enough there are still some signs of the revolution—graffiti, tents, large stones strewn ...

    Sunshine, Lolly pops and Visas

    A travel blog entry by immyinegypt on Mar 09, 2013


    ... clock I must be
    in another area of the city having successfully found Lucie’s institute ready
    to teach, I decide to speed up the wait by tracking down the elusive rock star
    (who it now transpires has no credit and no car) somewhere in the underground
    network of the metro. After much weaving of crowds, and going to and fro
    through the ticket machines in various directions in various stations, we meet.
    It’s 2.20pm. Mando takes the reins, ...

    Cairo day 2 Egyptian Museum and Giza

    A travel blog entry by brownefamily5 on Feb 04, 2013

    14 photos

    ... of Tutenkamun's treasures are there in these old display cases - probably 1000's of them, nothing really special among 1000's of other artifacts!
    The afternoon was spent at Giza. Only James went into the Great Pyramid as the rest of us were satisfied with our 'private' trips into the pyramids yesterday. (He said it was bigger but similar, ...