Ghannah Lodge

Address: Dolphin village, Nuweiba, South Sinai, Red Sea and Sinai, Egypt | Lodge
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This lodge is located on Dolphin village, Nuweiba.
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      Travel Blogs from Nuweiba

      Parting the seas.

      A travel blog entry by muzbec on Mar 30, 2013

      4 photos

      ... the front and all are simple but clean and comfortable. Things dry here within seconds compared to these types of establishments in other parts of the world and it works. It really is absolutely perfect. We all head to the beach and spend the next day relaxing on the sands, chilling in the restaurant and snorkeling. Its some of the best snorkeling we have ever done. Heading out about 200 meters the reef drops and that beautiful crystal clear water is teaming with ...

      Chilling in the Red Sea & Farewell Mamdoh!

      A travel blog entry by luckshmy.subash on Aug 04, 2012

      6 photos

      ... was part of the resort. I was tentative to leave our gear and go for a swim. Lucky went into the water with Michael 2 and Vittoria. Sophie and Daniel tried their hand on windsurfing while the rest of us relaxed on the shore. One of the staff members came out and saw the little boy hanging around and his reaction was interesting. Normally you’d see the staff chasing or yelling at a person that hangs around resorts. The staff member escorted the boy out of the ...

      The Ferry Bust

      A travel blog entry by kristinrust on Oct 24, 2010

      2 comments, 4 photos

      ... finally on board and they take your passport for border patrol or something, you get it back when we hit Jordan soil. So, you’re not getting off. My fantasy of Tiger hovering over the ship with a helicopter to whisk us away was doomed. Instead, we sat in a large, florescent-bulbed dining room and ate foreign Cup 'o Noodles, our Jordanians right there with us.

      Assuming we’d head off soon, I went out back to find a bathroom, and ...

      A destination is not a place but a way of seeing

      A travel blog entry by sorbus on Sep 13, 2010

      20 photos

      ... to how a lad from farming Devon found his way to the solitude of Sinai and to his spiritual home) and the American live there with 18 others – they all being Greek as the monastery is Greek Orthodox. Until the Israelis built the roads they lived a pretty isolated life, and you sense they prefer it that way. Once it would take two weeks from Cairo to reach them but visitors came in plenty. A visitor's book has as its first signatory General Allenby (WW1) and the ...

      Red Sea Adventures

      A travel blog entry by cookwc on Jul 01, 2010

      5 photos

      ... He then said something and keep pushing. I have one more elbow check, not so nice this time. The local stopped pushing this time. As I was que'd for the passenger pat-down the guard who was frisking the local in front of me, just out of blue asked me in English " how are you". I replied fine. "How are you ?". The guard waved me on through. My head was spinning. I found Michelle on the other end and she had found ...