Tropitel Dahab Oasis
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Travel Blogs from Dahab
... about, and now I have pretty much no money left. I've already emailed a place in case I don't get the job at Jamie's back. Next month or so is going to be difficult financially but hopefully it'll all work out well, it's only money after all. Me and Matt are off for a snorkel I believe! Then a nice relaxing night dive tonight. Lots of love to all of you back home and see you soon. I cannot ...
... to hear Charlotte on the phone to the manager of the whole operation, complaining about Mohamed having tea and a shisha at a rest stop. He returned to the car. To hear 'Inshallah' as a response to 'when will we get there' is not reassuring. The guy had been up for nearly an entire day. The car was weaving across the road. Charlotte bought him coffee and food, and tried to tell him not to have another shisha, but he was having none of it and sat there for 20 mins ...
... tough day at the office, with an hour massage thrown in (oooooh, ahhhh), I finished the details for the desert trip. We take off tomorrow morning at 8am and with a little luck will arrive at the doorstep of some clean hotel in Nuweiba on Tuesday afternoon or early evening. From there we will figure out how to get to Jordan – Wadi Musa and Petra. Wish us luck.
By the way, we booked the trip with Nomad Safari from Dahab - just in case we never ...
... of the channel prevents even moderate sized waves from forming, requiring surfers and water skiers to use either jet skis or boats. Sailors find the sea ideal for sailboats, with several gliding in the distance. I sure wish I had a decent snorkeling mask; the rich and colorful sea life makes this one of the best snorkeling and scuba places on earth! A few miles across the Gulf of Aqaba, we see the Kingdom of Jordan on ...
... stayed a respectful distance from their gnarly teeth.
After an hour ride, we stopped at a “farm”. We were invited into a Bedouin’s home for lunch. Jon’s stomach wasn’t feeling good, but it was difficult to say no to a lunch that they were preparing for us. It was neat to be in their home. It is a unique experience to see this kind of life. It was a culture shock from the city life of Cairo that we had ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service