The Mirage Village Hotel
Travel Blogs from Dahab
... We're all starting to realise we're going home soon. Sometimes me Matt and will all sit in moments of silence nobody wanting to actually say it. It's genuinely getting quite sad! But we're planning all sorts of things to see each other in the next year or so, and hopefully they'll happen. And I'm home in 5 days! Very exciting. Though I've just had to pay my certification fees which ...
... then she started saying how she was so tired of all of this and how she just wanted to leave. Right love. We did finally get out, and she got her necklace and matching earrings. Then we wanted to leave Cairo. Trying to find the car in the chaos was almost impossible, with mopeds and tuc tucs all hopelessly overloaded with people and sound systems speeding in between countless cars, blaring across the street. As we left Cairo I went to sleep, only to wake up an hour or ...
... day. We were staying in downtown to be close to the Egyptian Museum - the main reason I wanted to come back to Cairo early. The taxi driver was really chatty pointing out all the sights and discussing recent Egyptian history with Dan. He dropped us at the hostel - a derelict looking office building. The stairwell looked like a crack den minus the people. The hotel was on the third floor - a journey up the rickety lift away. It was called Jasmine Hotel - there was ...
... 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 ...
... with too many Russian so called dancers and too many plastic look a like villas. Lots of high end hotel if you like that but the sharm of Sharm is not there.
The bedouins you will meet are delightful, friendly, helpful in Dahab.
The sunsets are heavenly, the full moons are magical and its far away from too much commercialism.
Dahab just ... well is!!
Walks for those who like early in the morning, then a ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking