Panorama Naama Heights
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... for African nations where they made some decisions about free trade etc, so security was high...soo many machine guns... And we were restricted in where we could dive as well. bizarre. The diving started out a little disappointing, we came with hopes to dive an awesome WWII wreck called the thistlegorm, but unfortunately that wasn't going to happen, and the restrictions meant very congested dive sites so the first day was ...
Sitting by the pool enjoying the wonderful atmosphere. All the staff here are so friendly and know you by name. My husband booked his diving yesterday. I will book myself some spa treatments I think when he is away. The spa is fantastic. Not cheap but really good. I love this place. It's been so good not having to worry about jobs and so on. We can just relax and enjoy the weather and the good food. Italian ...
It was a bit of a late night last night. A lot to drink and the sheer excitement of being here. Woke up early this morning. Went out on the balcony and saw people putting their towels down. This was at 7am. Now sitting by the pool in the sun. Oh it's hot. But di beautiful just as I remember it. Same faces even. My arabic comes in handy. Off for a ...
... colourful fish even swimming around your feet it was quite cool.
Shower and then back to the buffet for dinner. Apparently each night is themed tonight was Mexican - one of my favourites - and it did not disappoint the guacamole was delicious! Just enough time for a night cap before hitting our ridiculously comfy beds.
Tomorrow we will just chill out and wait with baited breath for the arrival of Jets and Meaghan.
... she speaks. There’s never a moment here when we simply blend in.
On our way to the Egyptian Museum, we pass Tahrir Square in the city center. There’s a protest happening today with about one hundred people standing around, and the traffic is forced to move around the crowd. As we get closer, our van is stopped and flyers are handed to the driver. Shaimaa summarizes ...