Palmera Beach Resort
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- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
TripAdvisor Reviews Palmera Beach Resort Red Sea and Sinai
Travel Blogs from Red Sea and Sinai
... the ship, it was mainly smooth seas as far as the eye could sea.
When we skirted past the coast of Yemen we had a glimpse of the troubled land but aside from a reduction of lights on the top deck, there was no indication that anything was amiss nearby.
In other ship news, bugs have started to do the rounds. A number of people have fallen ill with a cold but most seem to shake it off within a couple of days. As we get closer to land, ...
... extraordinary...the blocks were so perfectly even. The rooms had a very strong ammonia like smell, were stuffy and airless. Amazing to stand there and think about the amount of rock sitting above our heads. Dahsur is well preserved and one of the reasons for this is because it's in the middle of a military area. The benefits of this means that there are very very few tourists (we were practically alone out there except for a man with a ...
... was dressed very conservatively the entire time, this continued to happen everywhere we went. AWKWARD!!! A much cuter common occurrence were the number of times school-aged children came up to us and said “Hey Lo!” and asked if they could take a picture. Yes, the selfie has made it to Egypt. Our final day on the Nile was spent visiting some lesser known, but equally as impressive tombs on the West Bank of the Nile. While not as large as the some ...
... tip sharks which are quite big. There was quite a current which was why I thought I was having trouble descending. Made it to 50' and realized I did not have my weight bags in my bc so i couldnt get down. I had to call the dive and resurface which was so disappointing. I really wanted to see those sharks! So i go back up and hang from the boat line and realize I am now alone with my legs dangling in the water with sharks who like ...
... dive brief, back in the water to see what we can find and then it is time for lunch and a few more rays. Some free time to read, have a nap, soak up some more rays and it is time to do another dive. Final dive of the day is after the sun has set which is the night dive. I have only been doing the 3 day dives but Steve has done every night dive so far and is encouraging me to do the night dive today. They say if you only do one night dive ...