Travel Blogs from Dahab
The plane lands in Sharm El-Sheikh, and instantly there is chaos. At least five planeloads have all arrived at the same time and the concourse is filled with people in various queues. I have no idea for what. I guess that most of the are package tourists queuing for their tour company so I move straight to the Immigration queues. I know I need a …
Dahab is the ****; this small hippy-ish town on the red sea is a haven for scuba, snorkelling, wind surfing and kite surfing (it’s windy nearly every day). Unfortunately I could only spend 7 nights here; though this was enough for 13 dives (inc my advanced PADI) and some snorkelling, got to go to the Blue Hole and Canyon twice! Few decent …
Oh I love Dahab.
So hot and I'm exhausted but it's totally beautiful - it has a real holiday/touristy feel to it & it's good to see the ocean again.
Last night, Caoimhe and I climbed Mt. Sinai, so another night spent travelling rather than sleeping. Sleep is for the weak as the adage goes.
We caught a bus at around …
Kazbar212 stayed here on Jan 31, 2011 during their trip titled: KazBar's Big Trip (Part 2) Reloaded.
The mummy's curse strikes from many directions!
We are at the Penguin Village Hotel in Dahab. We paid 26 Euros a night for the second floor room overlooking the Gulf of Aquaba on the Red Sea. The rooms are not real clean. When we checked in we were told that the room would only be cleaned if we asked for it. It was a basic room, there was …
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TravelPod Member ReviewsPenguin Village Dahab
The room is very basic.Saltwater showers only. Resturant seating area over run with cats(10), kittens(15), fleas, flies and feces. I'd pay a little more and move to a better place, that has fresh water cleans better.We quit eating the included breakfast after two days, too many flies. Wife had series of flea or chiggar bites while sitiing in restaurant area. Soory, but I would never go there again.
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