Turquoise Beach Hotel
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The reason I love Sharm el-Sheikh so much is it's a holiday mecca! The place - a gorgeous sea view beach setting - has everything you need for a relaxing holiday. Yes it's nice to see the locals and culture on holidays, but here you don't experience the down sides of this. From clubbing to quading in the desert, diving to fine food, this place has everything for an enjoyable ...
... and sure enough a taxi emerged. A furious battle began between the taxi driver and I. His starting ask price was 200egp and my bid was 20egp. There were raised voices, vigorous hand gestures, staring into whites of eyes and some walking away. He made me walk 100m away from him before he drove up to me and very grumpily agreed to 40egp. Once in the cab, I attempted to put the few chapters of "how to win friends and influence people" I'd read on the flight to work. I tried ...
... interview of David Frost carried out a couple of years ago by Paul O’Loughlin the entertainments director. David Frost had of course died last year whilst on one of the Cunard Ships. Tonight the clock goes back again and tomorrow we transit the Suez Canal. We need to be escorted through in a convoy and there is so much to see that there will be a
running commentary on the decks and all other on board activities have been cancelled. It should be an interesting day.
... the restaurants sell fresh fish so we order some. The fish comes out grill with Egyptians spices and it's delicious. I can get use to eating fresh fish from the red sea, it's amazing. We have a big day of diving tomorrow so we muster up all the will power possible to avoid all the bars and clubs which are starting to fill up with people from all round the world. It's tempting but I want to strength an alertness considering I'm diving in shark invested ...
... cheek and talk to him in a attempt to wake him up. Just when I think I'm going to have to try a bucket of cold water or a slap his eyes slit open.
His hands and arms still out far to the sides and slightly up (no where near me) he blinks and stares at me. Still talking, he continues to stare at me as you would if you were to wake up with something, not entirely pleasent resting on your chest. That whole "I dont want to touch it to remove it, but I can't believe ...