Aqua Hotel Resort & Spa

Presdeintly Sharm Entrance, Nabq, Egypt | Resort
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This resort, located on Presdeintly Sharm Entrance, Nabq, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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    Travel Blogs from Nabq

    Good evening!

    A travel blog entry by jjweatherstone on Jan 22, 2013

    3 photos

    ... on the plane back! But I also realised that the DM course opens up genuine work placements around the world, at resorts and so on. Looks like I'll have my next few holidays sorted! The daunting prospect of a lot of work to come was made a lot better by the succeeding events. Me and will went to an amazing Thai restaurant called the blue house. We sat on the roof and had spring rolls, I had a spicy tuna salad, he a curry. Very spicy but very nice. We then went back to ...

    Getting back in the water

    A travel blog entry by kit_kat on Apr 21, 2012

    ... freezing (again, I can hear the laughter of my UK mates) - so it seems the sea is finally heating up, always a bonus.

    I'm heading back to the UK next weekend for a short break, so I'm hoping by the time I get back the water will be clearer and warmer. I'm hoping for a good summer of diving and plan to jump in with my camera soon too - it's been far too long since I took any photos underwater.


    New Year's Eve in Dahab

    A travel blog entry by catherine647 on Dec 31, 2011

    16 photos

    ... m. Others were told they'd go up Mt. Sinai (2 1/2 hours up, 1 1/2 down), others were expecting to stay for the sunset and had packed gear for extremely cold weather and a descent in the darkness. Our driver had returned to Dahab, which was 2 hours away. We were stuck without cold weather wear, little food (the monastery closed after 12 p.m.), and no way home but an expensive taxi.

    Most of the group we came with tried to accommodate us by offering not to stay until ...

    Sinai Desert Safari

    A travel blog entry by karl.and.kat on Oct 27, 2011

    1 comment, 20 photos

    ... are hard and others are soft. It makes walking a real workout. Our guide says it is from the sand being deposited from the different wind directions.

    The view from here was spectacular as was the drop down into the valley below. The dune was steep and dropped by a series of steps down to the valley.

    The other tourists left, and the sun began to set; as the desert changed around us, the shadows lengthened and the desert colours darkened. We sat in the ...

    Six jeeps for 30 peeps, destination: Blue Hole

    A travel blog entry by oz8118 on Jun 17, 2011

    15 photos

    ... a Bedouin camel. Bedouins offer camel rides all over the beaches here. We passed herds of camels and tourists gathering together for amusing and bumpy rides. Topped with wide-eyed tourists, these camels stroll along the beach single file, like those silly touristy horseback trail rides, with those depressing institutionalized animals that know only one speed – slow – keeping an exact two foot distance between their nose and the tail ...