Tropitel Dahab Oasis
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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It's probably obvious to say that I'm in a good mood, but I am! I'm home in less than 48 hours, soon to be with my beautiful girlfriend and my lovely family. Who wouldn't be in a good mood.
It is not however an amazing mood. Matt and Willem have left. Matt's taxi left at 3.30 yesterday afternoon. Me and Willem had started packing after we had lunch at the Thai restaurant in town, knowing the minutes were ticking by ...
... back to Dahab, meaning we had to travel down to the point of the Sinai, and then back up to the Suez, adding about 4 hours onto our journey. The road was closed to tourists. I slept nearly the whole trip, until we got to the Suez Canal. Passport and security checks were rigorous, even though the guards spent a strange amount of time inspecting charlotte's underwear in her bag. I felt left out. As soon as we passed the suez the roads got busier and busier, more and ...
At the top there are little shops selling drinks and chocolates would you believe!! So we finally ate something in Egypt. John said the twix bar he had was the best one he had every tasted in his life. Then we set off back down again…this is much easier than going up but your legs get the shakes from heading downwards constantly. Jords was finding it a bit hardgoing so Sim walked with her and the two of them chatted all the way down…it was so cute. ...
... After all, what could possibly happen?
Off we went in the little Toyota extra cab truck, suitcases in back, Alan and I in the back seat. After a little way on the regular road we took a left turn straight into the desert sand. Our main guys nickname is Friday because that’s what his name sounds like in Bedouin. We stopped momentarily to deflate the tires for a little more traction and away we fly over the ...
... tuna from the bowl on the table. I was proud of Kim for eating some after seeing the cat as well as the flies eating out of the bowl. I think she is getting used to roughing it! I still cannot understand how you can drink boiling hot tea on such a hot day.
The camel driver started to roll a cigarette. Rajab said he was using “Green Bedouin Tabacco”. If that was the case, there was a boat-load of Bedouins at the Grateful ...