- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
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... Brotherhood version of the old Wild West, with frequent attacks on Egyptian military and police patrols and the occasional busload of Japanese tourists getting blown up. I decided that flying was a safer alternative and explored my options. If you can fly from Cairo to Sharm El-Sheikh, you must be able to fly from Cairo to Tel Aviv, right?
Yes indeed, but almost all the flights to Israel from Egypt go through Istanbul or ...
The reason I love Sharm el-Sheikh so much is it's a holiday mecca! The place - a gorgeous sea view beach setting - has everything you need for a relaxing holiday. Yes it's nice to see the locals and culture on holidays, but here you don't experience the down sides of this. From clubbing to quading in the desert, diving to fine food, this place has everything for an enjoyable ...
... and complementing the taxi driver, but it didn't go so well. Dale Carnegie did not have a chapter for how to make nice with cab diver after hostile negotiations. I knew I failed when he turned on the radio to blast Arab pop music to drown me out. I whipped out google maps to check if he was going the right way, thankfully he was! Some taxi drivers have been known to drive you to the middle of nowhere and renegotiate price. (Welcome to egypt). The red sea is supposed to ...
Flew to Sharm el Sheikh via Cairo (2.5 hours). It's a resort town at the southern tip of the Sinai Peninsula and some much needed time to relax by the pool. It’s also the best weather I’ve had yet with a nice breeze from the Red Sea and 32C. ...
... green garden provides a stark contrast. Above the fortress door are two large wooden boxes where soldiers could lay in wait to pour boiling oil over unwelcome guests.
Just inside, we present our tickets and Kai is handed a sarong to cover his shorts and bare legs. We proceed down narrow passageways to a spot where we see the Burning Bush. It’s a healthy, thriving plant ...