VClub Valtur Tiran Beach
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
- Tennis Court
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... one and most from Poseidon. I'd met them all before and it was a really good meal. Then all the weaklings went home, and me Kenny and Keiran went to a bar where the drinking began. The drinking was then interrupted by a ping-pong table. It didn't crash down onto the drinks or the bar or anything that I might write to exaggerate the humour, more we saw Russians playing and me and Kenny both had an impulse of British/Scottish pride. We strolled ...
... based on information I'd found out. Once the 'unresponsive diver' or weight belt was found, my buddy became said diver and lay prone on the ocean floor. I then had to bring him to the surface and tow him to shore, while providing rescue breaths and taking off his and my equipment. On reaching shore, I had to take him out of the water and carry him to dry sand, and then provide CPR until 'emergency services' came. It was hard work! But I passed ...
... van, comfortable, curtained, airconditioned etc…probably the nicest thing we came across in Egypt!! Our first experience was paying border tax. Sim had no Egyptian money so the taxi driver took him to an ATM, but to ensure we would come back and pay he kept one of the passports which made me a bit nervous. When we came back they were all sitting around having a smoke and eventually one of them walked into the office and processed the payment and gave us the passport ...
... t reassure anyone! My trip out to Dahab was done on the 12 am overnight bus from Cairo. I was all set up with the ear plugs, eye mask, blow-up neck rest and silk sleeping bag but this trip was my worst journey so far. Firstly, the bus driver played videos and music incredibly loud which is, according to the Lonely Planet, common throughout the Middle East. I could clearly hear it through my ear plugs all night. Secondly, the bus wasn't a ...
Well today started well it's a shame it didn't end that way. After sleeping in quite a bit and having breakfast at the camp it was off to buy mosquito repellant and sandals. Walking along Dahab sea front is a bit of a chore as every restaurent, shop keeper, random Egyptian tries to sell you something. I was after sandals and the shop keeper quoted me 220 egyptian pounds which is about £22, to which i told him i would give him 50 egyptian pounds which is about 50p. He didn't like ...