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Our snorkeling tour started at 8:15a.m., we were transferred to the port for the our big boat. After collecting our masks and fins, we joined our group size of about 20. Most of the tourists can speak Arabic. Only 4 of us, two Chinese, 1 UK, 1 German speak English. Our tour guide is very professional which he made sure everyone is happy with the …
The Hurghada, El-Dahar, old town is just opposite our hotel. After the buffet breakfast, we walked around the area for 4 hours.This lively market springs up every day bursting with all the staples of a traditional Egyptian bazaar, from polished brass ware to wooden tea tables. It is really a small place but every shop we passed by, the merchants …
The bus journey back to Hurghada was actually alright. There was no need to change buses at Suez, and just from pure exhaustion we all passed out for pretty much 10 hours. I wont say continuously, but still! it was a good nights rest.
Watched another epic Arabic movie before we fell asleep, this time about an assassin, and one of the …
So we got to Hurghada at about 9 at night and the moment we got there, I wanted to leave. I duno if its because we've been such local areas or the fact that it looked like Ibiza.
I just found the whole place quite an obscenity in a muslim country. It really is like a colony of Russia.
Food menus were in Russian, people were just …
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TravelPod Member ReviewsTriton Empire Hotel Hurghada
The room is unexpectedly big, one double bed, two single bed and a living area. For 15 pounds/night, you can have pool, breakfast and private beach facility at the red sea.
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