Tropitel Dahab Oasis

Address: Blue Hole Road, Dahab, South Sinai, Red Sea and Sinai, 00087, Egypt | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel is located on Blue Hole Road, Dahab.
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Travel Blogs from Dahab

Final day of diving. Morning everyone!

A travel blog entry by jjweatherstone on Mar 07, 2013

... being a 'beginner' diver for my two previous Divemaster colleagues which should be fun, and a good last full day in this beautiful place. I'll have to get things wrong and make them correct it, and its always amusing.

I will write tomorrow for sure, dinner tonight with Glasgow Kenny.

My love to all of you! This blog is coming to an end, and thank you for caring enough to read it, it does mean a huge amount.

Recovery time

A travel blog entry by jjweatherstone on Jan 13, 2013

6 photos

... with 4 lanes of traffic on a Main Street in order that they could cross the road. Man after man came up to the window and spoke to Mohamed. Me and Charlotte kept wondering what they were saying, but after a while we realised Mohamed was not making bland conversation, he was asking for directions. We were lost in probably the biggest and busiest city I had ever seen. Obviously one would think the pyramids would be easy to spot, large prisms of brick dominating the ...

Wilderness Wanderings

A travel blog entry by mansfields on May 08, 2012

2 comments, 90 photos

... not to be spending another night in that hotel!!!

It was quite a fascinating drive in the daylight back to the border. There is so much unfinished building work along the way. Whole developments of half finished houses, half built resorts etc. I actually felt really sad for the Egyptians as everything looks so depressing and I know their tourism business is suffering due to the revolution. It’s such a far cry from the mighty days of the Pharaohs. All along the ...

A night in the Desert

A travel blog entry by winegalcj on Nov 14, 2011

1 comment, 5 photos

... bags?”

Really? Really, really?

Now, as the stars come out over the sweeping desert sky, and Friday and friend stew chicken over a raging propane stove, we are offered more tea. I suspect it will be a while before dinner is ready and hope it is cooked fully. On the other hand, as Muslims, they must cook their meat fully so I’m not too concerned. I will eat it.

The wind has died down ...

Day 6 - First Day on the Camel

A travel blog entry by meckley on Jul 01, 2009

22 photos

... then had to climb down a steep face to get into the White Canyon. After that, it was fairly easy walking. The canyon got narrower as we walked further. In some spots it was just wide enough for a human to pass. It was very beautiful. At the end of the canyon, there was a make-shift ladder and some rope to get out to the rim. Kim would have stopped here. She hates to climb ladders, especially if it is not anchored well.

We retraced our ...