Pearl of South Sinai

Address: El-Mashraba, Dahab, South Sinai, Red Sea and Sinai, Egypt | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on El-Mashraba, Dahab.
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      Travel Blogs from Dahab

      Final day of diving. Morning everyone!

      A travel blog entry by jjweatherstone on Mar 07, 2013

      It's probably obvious to say that I'm in a good mood, but I am! I'm home in less than 48 hours, soon to be with my beautiful girlfriend and my lovely family. Who wouldn't be in a good mood.

      It is not however an amazing mood. Matt and Willem have left. Matt's taxi left at 3.30 yesterday afternoon. Me and Willem had started packing after we had lunch at the Thai restaurant in town, knowing the minutes were ticking by ...

      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 ...

      Recovery time

      A travel blog entry by jjweatherstone on Jan 13, 2013

      6 photos

      ... back to Dahab, meaning we had to travel down to the point of the Sinai, and then back up to the Suez, adding about 4 hours onto our journey. The road was closed to tourists. I slept nearly the whole trip, until we got to the Suez Canal. Passport and security checks were rigorous, even though the guards spent a strange amount of time inspecting charlotte's underwear in her bag. I felt left out. As soon as we passed the suez the roads got busier and busier, more and ...

      Swimming and Relaxing

      A travel blog entry by travelbugs3 on Nov 25, 2012

      20 photos

      ... lunch we went into town to do a little bit of shopping for presents for people back home, we did a little bit of haggling but we're not really that good at it but it was still cheaper then anything back home. When we got back to our hotel room we had found that someone had broken into our room and stolen our Samsung Tablet. So we contacted Haytham and he contacted the hotel management and they did a whole lot of investigating and questioning and they ...

      Cairo to Dahab by bus

      A travel blog entry by prgeeves on Nov 18, 2012

      ... the scheduled time of 4pm. Much better than we expected. There was water everywhere on the roads and landslips all over the place. Very muddy. It seemed that a huge storm went through before we got there. There was a lot of rain and hail stones the size of golf balls. Our guide had never seen anything like it in the past and the locals were taking pics because they had never seen hail before. Our room was a little damp in the foyer but it didn't take long to dry out. The softies who ...