Travel Blogs from Dahab
... the largest temples in Egypt where you can walk around freely and explore the grounds and take as many photos as you like. My favorite area was the first section with the one hundred or so giant pillars with ancient Egyptian art inscribed on them. Also loved the one sculpture of King Tut and the large sacred lake. The site goes on forever and there is much to explore, it is easy enough to explore by yourself but it would be good to get a guide to go with who can ...
Shortly after joining the caravan Santiago made friends with a goat herder. They talked a lot about life and experiences. Santiago suggested to the Englishman that he study the people of the caravan, and in turn he told Santiago to study his books. Both of them did what the other suggested and learned nothing.
... not locals. We stayed for four great nights at Red Sea Relax and on the Saturday morning we were picked up bright and early for a transfer back to the airport. Our taxi driver treated the highway as his own personal personal race track with a broken speedometer, happily flouted the no mobile rule and spent more time focussing on eating his sunflower seeds than the road. We flew back to Cairo with the afternoon and evening to spare before our flight to Bangkok ...
... heading to Israel to “have a look around” before flying to Nepal. The third guy was another Brazilian named Fabio. He was a heavier set guy with a round face. He was just “travelling around” he told us mysteriously. I found it was actually really nice to be back around people my own age again.
Clare seemed to be a handy sort to have around. She’d been travelling in the region for a little bit and had been through this border before so she knew ...
... dance holiday Intertwined it with the Dahab Festival which takes places during Shem a Nesim which is just after Coptic Easter and it’s a Pharonic Holiday to bring in spring which can also bring the Hamaseen ( Spring Sand Storms) a great experience which I love.. something none of us have in our own countries
The Red Sea, the Sinai and the relaxed atmosphere of Dahab is a great way to decompress.
Sharm El Sheik is ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet