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

    Cairo, Week 1

    A travel blog entry by teachervagabond on Aug 23, 2013

    5 comments, 27 photos

    ... upon my return from the store so I don't have to think about it again. The suggestion was made to wash eggs, too.

    Unfortunately, we are on a curfew and have to be in our homes by 7pm. We follow the curfew religiously. Many days so far, my roomies and I have gone out shopping to get necessities and found ourselves in a dilemma because it's 4:30 and we haven't planned for dinner and the restaurants and shops will be closing by 6:00 or 6:30 to let their ...

    Raiders of the Lost Ark

    A travel blog entry by funkymonk on Jun 12, 2013

    ... places I've been to I've been out on the streets most days and no-one has given me hassle. And let's be honest, if someone had wanted to take an easy shot at a western guy what better way to do it to shield themselves from reprisals than doing it in their own streets with only their own kind as witnesses? While I know some news stories are genuinely shocking and appalling and we should always support those affected, before you lash out in response have a long hard think about who is and ...

    The Pyramids of Dahshur & Giza

    A travel blog entry by leomcyr on Mar 16, 2013

    36 photos

    ... such a lifting machine (called a “shaduf’ in Arabic) were painted in Egyptian tombs of Deir el-Medina. Fantasy? Hardly, the “shaduf” is still used in Egypt today.

    The machine is built of wooden beams and palm trunks tightly lashed together. The core of the machine is a tall trellis tower with heavy ballast in its base for stability. An oscillating arm with a hole in the middle fits over the tower base. At each end of the arm is a ...

    Blazing a Trail...

    A travel blog entry by babamissesyou on Feb 27, 2013

    1 comment, 9 photos

    ... is the fuel situation. Due to the revolution, there is a shortage of diesel, so trucks needing it can wait hours in line to get it. We passed on gas station that had a line of trucks a mile long, no joke. Twice we tried to stop for diesel, and they didn't have any. When we did find some, the wait was 2 hours, and the security detail said we couldn't wait that long, so our driver had to siphon it off from someone else. Another thing I noticed is all of the ...

    Fun on a Felucca

    A travel blog entry by cyclingmo on Jan 31, 2013

    9 comments, 26 photos

    ... were built by King Ramses II for himself and for his favourite queen Nefertari about 1290 to 1223 BC. Ramses II was one of the longest reigning Pharoahs (67 yrs) and had 36 wives, 104 sons & 111 daughters. Quite an active man!

    My images of the Nile have been destroyed! In a good way, that is... Instead of a dirty, brown, slow moving river with riverbanks filled with women washing clothes and alligators everywhere, it ...