Dreams Vacation Resort
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... shows are in every language, but these English leitworts they shout out again and again, “Arabs got talent!”, continue to tickle me as I prepare to leave for Israel.
That trip is unusual as well. When I came to Sharm el-Sheikh in the early 1990’s we just took a 3-hour Bedouin cab ride back and forth from Rafiach (Rafah), the crossing into Sinai from Israel. Nowadays that is highly inadvisable. The north Sinai is ...
The reason I love Sharm el-Sheikh so much is it's a holiday mecca! The place - a gorgeous sea view beach setting - has everything you need for a relaxing holiday. Yes it's nice to see the locals and culture on holidays, but here you don't experience the down sides of this. From clubbing to quading in the desert, diving to fine food, this place has everything for an enjoyable ...
... at the dead of winter. All I saw was a teddy bear nailed to a ladder. The sad reality is we're destroying the world's oceans. There are only a handful of dive spots (Cebu island, Philippines is another) I've gone to where marine life is so vibrant that it takes your breath away. Can't help but wonder where all the fish in the supermarket come from! I didn't see huge schools of fish and I saw fewer sharks here. You know it's bad when divers get excited when they see a white ...
... I came out I decided to find a cafe and maybe have a bite to eat afterwards. At Aladdin I had a drink and made some use of the wifi there. It was still really quiet everywhere. In fact, I was Aladdin's only customer. Even when I left, some 1.5 hours later, no other people had come to join me on the colourful cushions under the many star shaped lights. I ended up having dinner at the hotel. It really wasn't so appealing to eat by myself in one of the ...
... for tourism, kinda depressing.
Shark Bay’s Umbi diving village (my accommodation) is a series of Bedouin (desert folk) run huts and villas cut into a mountain face, very cool (except for the mosquitoes and large ants). It is complete with a dive centre, dive shop, small supermarket and restaurant. I agreed a price of approx 3000LE ($480, after some haggling) for my advanced open water ticket (inc course notes), 5 nights accom (no ...