Tropitel Dahab Oasis
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- TV Channel One Russia
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Travel Blogs from Dahab
... Torah up Mt. Sinai, but Moses only had to bring the Ten Commandments down. And when the father of the bar mitzvah bragged aboard the bus that this was probably the first time this had ever happened, the Israeli bus driver put him in his place, saying, “What are you talking about? Every Monday and Thursday four, five times!”
Still, Jebel Musa is an astonishing place, and being there on the Sabbath of the Ten Commandments is a memory to treasure ...
I am really excited! Tomorrow morning at 10am I am getting a taxi to the resort in Sharm where me and Sam will be staying. Reviews and the website say its really really nice and I cannot wait! Sam gets in around 6 and I'll be meeting him at the airport. After that we'll go for dinner somewhere and plan our lads weekend! My day today was nice and relaxed. A great fun dive at the Islands dive site south if dahab. It's a ...
... enough yet far enough from everything.
Souk El Gomma ( which is Friday market) at Sheikh Salem House
Visitors, locals, people passing by come to see what there is to buy. There are lots of different foods and goodies. I tasted tested the Wara Eineb and there was a winner. There was Russian, Sushi, health foods, breads. Hmmmm
Nicole was selling racks of clothes for everyone and every style.
... was also getting towards low tide by the time we were almost at the Blue Hole, so you could see some of the amazing rocks more clearly.
The sea has eroded away the bottom of many of them, so you have these huge boulders balanced on a rather insubstantial piece of rock.
As we got closer to the Blue Hole, Boudy and Bella realised it would soon be time to go back on their leads and decided to run ahead of us (and not come back) - Marmaduke was too tired to care I ...
... whisper to a drum roll. To liberate myself, I push forward with all my effort, flapping my finned feet as vigorously as I could, struggling and forcing. Then it happens again – my second swallowing of salty sea water. I cough to release the extremely unpleasant briny water from my lungs, gag gag. After swallowing nauseating sea water for the second time, I was done, without ever getting a decent look of any coral or fish. ...