Tropitel Dahab Oasis
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- 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 ...
... why we hadn’t needed an escort on the way there! Anyway, Sim got out to see what was going on and to talk to the 10 or so police and various other unidentified men hanging around…but he soon hopped back into the van as the driver and the police had begun to have a shouting and shoving match so he thought he was better off out of there. We found it all very amusing from the vantage point of inside the van! After a bit of a brawl a police car set off to escort us and ...
... late lunch, and chilling out with a view of the sea. I order a veggie burger and get a double beef burger, almost half of which I feed to the cat. I notice there's not much swimming seaside. It's too cold and the shore is rocky.
In the evening, we check out the long corniche with its twinkling shop lights. Lots of touts trying to convince us that their restaurant or souvenir store is the ...
... t really air-conditioned. All of the windows were open and very hot air blew through the vehicle. When we stopped at this isolated building alongside the road, we met our new camel driver and camels. We were going to an Oasis on the other side of the mountains. Kim had been asking me about our accommodations for the night. I told her we had a room at the Sheraton Oasis. I don’t think she believed me!
After an hour’s ...