Palmera Beach Resort

Address: Ain El Sokhna, Red Sea and Sinai, Egypt | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel is located on Ain El Sokhna, Red Sea and Sinai.
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      Travel Blogs from Red Sea and Sinai

      Day 11 - Sea Day

      A travel blog entry by tdm999 on Jan 23, 2015

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      ... guest lecture given by a Royal Navy Liaison officer. He described how the Navy is supporting the QM2 with security while we cross the notorious pirate area of the lower Red Sea and Gulf of Aden.

      As we will now be visiting Muscat as our next port of call we visited the QM2 library to read up on Oman and Muscat.

      We booked a "Past and ...

      Lazy all inclusive week before the backpacking

      A travel blog entry by m155gkv on Sep 06, 2014

      4 photos

      This was such a relaxing break and it was sooooo hot with highs of 40 and it didn't get much cooler in the evening.. maybe around 35 degrees. The hotel had everything you needed and everyday was spent on the beach front with a pretty coral beach.

      From here the staff will bring you drinks and you do get hassled a few times for the paper or massage but it is not intense so it was fine with us. There are parasols and loungers everywhere so never ...

      Egypt - My Experience

      A travel blog entry by jade.nicole on Apr 20, 2014

      6 comments, 14 photos

      ... but you can take photos on the outside and pay to have one take at the door which kinda gives you a glimpse of the inside. There was a guy on the site which was also selling professional photos of the inside of each temple, a stack of photos for like 10egp. I didn’t get them, but one of the girls on the tour did and they looked pretty good and very clear. Again be careful there is a strip of stalls on the way out to the buses, and the people are very ...

      Last night on board

      A travel blog entry by sandrasteve on Dec 05, 2012

      ... built and construction has stopped. Egypt was planning to have the ability to handle 25 million tourists per year and they were building the infrastructure to accommodate them. They peaked at around 8-10 million and since the revolution 1 1/2 years ago they are down to less than 1 million. With what is happening now it seems that it will be many years before tourism is healthy here again if ever.
      Cheers

      Sandra and Steve
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      Such hard work

      A travel blog entry by sandrasteve on Dec 04, 2012

      3 comments

      ... not one but two dive boats crashed on a reef. the last one happened only a couple of weeks ago when the captain fell asleep. :) No worries the seas have calmed down and everyone on board is feeling well except for a few colds.
      Knock on wood but we feel great and have had no stomach issues or problems. We will have to be careful in Dahab but so far so good. well the sun is calling so by for now
      Sandr and Steve




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