BedouinCamps in Mahash

Address: Main Street between Nuweiba and Taba, Nabq, Egypt | Lodge
 
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Location

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 ...

DM by Saturday!

A travel blog entry by jjweatherstone on Feb 28, 2013

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... coming home! It turns out the pregnant cat we'd been taking care of has given birth to 5 kittens. Two days ago she transported them one by one secretly into our room, to which we responded by building a kitty house outside on the balcony. She is living happily, though one of the kittens is now probably back in her stomach... We even feed her! Greedy *****. The brutal world of Dahab. Wouldn't get Attenborough reporting on that ...

Cairo tomorrow!

A travel blog entry by jjweatherstone on Jan 11, 2013

... and if I don't I'm still grateful I came here and tried, and learnt all I have done and will do. Diving today was lovely though. Saw my first little manta ray, sitting in between some coral, and you could see the temperature veins running through the water. Problem is you didn't know if it was hotter or colder, when it was hot it was like a total body massage, when it was cold it was so so cold. ...

Wilderness Wanderings

A travel blog entry by mansfields on May 08, 2012

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... of the mountain. It was so hot you could hardly breathe but we still had a good look around. Especially at the northern palace which steps down from the main platform, on carved out rock ledges. You look down and can see the outlines of the Roman camps where they assembled to attack the zealots.

Our Egyptian taxi driver was due to meet us at the border crossing at Taba at 7pm and we had quite a drive to get there so we left Masada and headed straight there. We parked ...

Long journeys, quest for relaxation & guns

A travel blog entry by xplorersarah on Mar 30, 2012

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... that problem - but here- it took me a minute to think of which country I was in and where in that country. What a lovely state of mind to be in! Pam and Samy's night wasn't as peaceful. It turns out that they spent a large part of their night of camping in the sand dunes hushed up and siting in pitch black because someone Samy didn't know was camping nearby. Samy reassured Pam by telling her that he has a semi-automatic gun in the car. ...