BedouinCamps in Mahash

Address: Main Street between Nuweiba and Taba, Nabq, Egypt | Lodge
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This lodge, located on Main Street between Nuweiba and Taba, Nabq, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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Travel Blogs from Nabq

Last night

A travel blog entry by baerchen68 on Mar 07, 2013

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It's our last night tonight. Ithas been a bit hazy today and not very hot. Having a last drink at the beach bar before heading out to Soho square for my henna tatoo and dinner at the Steak house. Yes, steak again. It's the best steak I have ever tasted. I shall miss this place. It has been a fantastic holiday. I can recommend it. One last morning of tanning before heading home tomorrow evening. I will be ...

Sharm tomorrow!

A travel blog entry by jjweatherstone on Jan 24, 2013

... pinnacles and coral, very easy to get lost in! The entry was a bit hairy, over rocks and soft coral. I got spiked by something and thought I was going to be subject to searing pain, but thankfully I wasn't. The day before today was similarly calm. I dived the lighthouse reef and was lucky enough to see another turtle! Will got up at 2pm yesterday, disgraceful. Then the new guy Matt arrived! It's nice to know I'm not ...

Getting back in the water

A travel blog entry by kit_kat on Apr 21, 2012

So, I've been pretty slack at updating this blog for the last few months - apologies! I've either been doing nothing much of interest or have been busy doing fun stuff, which has meant I haven't had time to sit down and write an update!

Anyway, I figured I'd try and make up for it a bit now. So, I've been very excited this month as I finally got a dive in after 6 months out of the water! It was freezing, ...

2012 at the Blue Hole

A travel blog entry by catherine647 on Jan 01, 2012

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... fine. We just stick to the shallow edges. The most difficult part for us is getting in and out of the water because of the rocks.

Loved the relaxed atmosphere at the Tiatanic, where we got our snorkeling gear. (Yes, that's the way they spelled it.) The place is overrun with beautiful cats.

Sinai Desert Safari

A travel blog entry by karl.and.kat on Oct 27, 2011

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... Kat: There was actually one additional collapse or “rest” en route). Remember to follow the guide next time I say to myself. Our guide brought a snow board for us to slide down the dune on. Going down on a snow board on sand is a lot slower than on snow I found out. I was expecting to shoot down the dune at some breakneck speed but actually I just got slower and slower as the front of the board dug into the sand. It was more like snow bulldozing than ...