Acacia Dahab Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... by the pool and lunch and even got a free sample of a massage by one of the ladies and needless to say, Emma signed us up for a proper one later that day.
In the afternoon we had some drinks in Haytham's room until our massage time, the massage was good (had better) but we pretty much stripped down to our underwear and got coated in mud and then left for a while, we then washed this off and had a 45min massage. We then headed into town and ...
... into the jeeps for the ride home. This feeling soon changed as we engaged on a water fight with the guys on the other jeep. It was crazy fun. Probably dangerous as we were careening all over the place to avoid getting wet. However, we survived and then laughed most of the way back to the hotel.
Back at the hotel we had a bit of an explore and checked the facilities both inside and outside the area. We ended up having a lovely and romantic ...
Our Bedouin men got the fire going and made Arabic round flat bread in its ashes which we ate with foul, the Egyptian brown beans.
Then we were off in the landcruiser to the other side of the Serabit al Khadim mountain which had overlooked us as we slept. This was was over a beautiful sandy terrain, and then we were off upwards, climbing in the heat, not so easy. Liz was being her oft saintly self, carrying George in a material sling on her back. ...
Off we went on our desert jaunt in a toyota landcruiser, with an old Bedouin driver called Sulamein, and a young Bedouin guide called Oneness (actually I'd misheard his name, it was something more like Moness, but I liked the name Oneness so much, for it seemed spiritual and wise, so I kept using it for him).
At first we were going along asphalt roads. We were told, if asked, to say that we were only going to St Catherines Monastery, as ...
So Mt Sinai, Moses mountaın to the Egyptıans and the many pılgrıms you see on the way. We got to St Catherınes Monastary at about 2AM and started our acent at 2.30ısh. Kınd of peaceful wıth the full moon shınıng above us so no need for a torch at fırst and lots of camels carryıng the lazy or the less able up to the steps. It was faırly hard goıng but there are tea shops all the way up for a wee break and ...