Sea Beach Resort & Aqua Park
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... and the problems so far have only reached as far as Port Saed. In Egypt however the defence minister today spoke of the riots, and that they have the potential to destabilise the entire state. If that happens, me will and Matt already have a plan. Car to Sharm. Plane. Meet up in a couple months at wills and have a skiing holiday in Switzerland! More updates in a couple ...
... on board and heading to the next spot, another reef closer to Tirane Island. I was quite relaxed chilling on the boat and felt no need to snorkel so Megs and I held ship while the others went off. Apparently it was not as good as the first one so we didn't miss out on anything.
It was past lunchtime, and we were dangerously now accustomed to too much food whenever we wanted. After not to long they served lunch on board. It wasn't the ...
... a kettle so I could have a 06h00 cup of coffee and oatmeal before my morning walks and run. Befor anyone in Dahab was awake.
There are budget rooms with shared bathrooms upstairs. Less expensive single rooms with bathrooms not facing the sea. There is something for everyone.
In the evenings everyone gathers under the Arisha to chat, have a bite, check e mails, read. Even with a windstorm it is a great ...
... but Ruben was insistent that we should go out for a coffee. After a short rest, we left the house, although I wasn't sure why he was so keen to go into town.
An hour later when we got home, it all became clear! He'd given our friend Eida his keys and she'd come in while we were out with a huge cake, biscuits, crisps, balloons, candles and other decorations to give me a "surprise party".
It really was a surprise and even when we came home to find Eida in our garden, ...
... and this our guide tells us is for irrigating the marijuana that is quietly grown around the valleys here. Finally we come out into a wide sandy plateau- mountains surround us and the floor of the valley alternates between rock and sand dunes.
We drive to a cave that goes all the way through the rock and had a huge sand dune up one side from the wind constantly blowing sand through the cave. The rock and the cave actually looks like a dinosaur laying in the sand- ...