Sea Beach Resort & Aqua Park
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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Travel Blogs from Sharm El-Sheikh
... in dahab. By virtue of the sport, freedivers are very relaxed people both underwater and on the ground. So it was really fun playing poker with them and seeing them stress out. I won the poker game, though I came close to losing it all underestimating the hand of the other non-freediver in the group, who's a struggling author from England. The next day, I left dahab reluctantly. If you're stressed out and need somewhere to relax and bum around it, I strongly recommend heading ...
... sorting out all my other money issues when I get back home. I also got an Egyptian sim! If you want the number it's +201015984493, though remember it costs! The best ways to get hold of me are still emails and Skype. Now we're back at the hotel waiting to go out for dinner, and about to watch the last instalment of our transformers marathon. Love these films!! And only 3 days until Sam gets here! I will take an early morning taxi to Sharm and lounge in the western comforts ...
... on and I found a lovely reef octopus who was obligingly sitting on a coral head, so we spent a while watching him. I found a couple more nudibranchs and a rather large scorpionfish, so all in all, I was happy.
Despite the chilly water temperature and bad visibility, I went in the following day as well, with a friend (Kimberley) who works at a dive centre over the road from me. We had a lovely dive at the ...
... yesterday, living in the back of the desk drawer in our guesthouse room. We called him "Ahmed." He didn't like the drawer much - no food - and escaped into the big wide world this evening.
For some reason, we've been having late lunches and then we're not hungry for dinner. But today we managed to dine on seafood at Al Capone. Seafood is mandatory, of course, though TT had her usual: cheese ...
... was so impressed with the sacredness of this area that she had a small chapel built on the site of the Burning Bush. Then in 530 AD the Emperor Justinian ordered the construction of a larger basilica, which became the Church of the Transfiguration, and built the fortress walls to protect the holy property from attack from local Bedouin tribesmen.
In the 12th century ...