Domina Coral Bay Prestige Hotel
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... just for the pleasure of hearing English.
My favorite TV show during this trip so far is produced in Lebanon, and it’s called "Arabs Got Talent!" It’s a copy of “American Idol”, “Star Search”, “X Factor”, “The Voice” or any of those reality TV shows that have been wildly popular over the past decade or two in America, Europe and Asia, only here the women contestants wear ...
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 ...
... did another dive on the wreckage on a turn of the 20th century commercial ship. The most recognizable part of the wreckage that remains are dozens of toilet bowls that sit at the bottom of the sea. As a result, the dive spot has been unofficially christened the toilet bowl dive. We were told to not sit on the ~114yr old toilet bowls, since fire coral and moray eels might be lurking inside them! The captain's old bmw car is also somewhere, I didn't spot it out though. One thing ...
... travelers and enjoy getting to know them better. We are travelling with some amazing people, and I will always be grateful for the blessing of meeting these new friends.
We get cleaned up and head to dinner (which includes the yummiest hand-made pita/tortilla things), and then hit the shops next to our hotel. One shopkeeper offers a free cup of hibiscus tea (an Egyptian specialty). My friend Carrie had already tried it and hadn't died, so I figure it's safe. ...
... to get my AOW).
Unfortunately I had to leave Hurghada, got way too windy and the Red Sea Police kept closing the sea, so no diving, giant sad face. I’ll be back for sure, I need to do the ‘MS Thristlegrom’ wreck dive (17-25m deep, small military cargo ship that sunk in 1941, the wreck is complete with motorcycles, jeeps, rifles and 2 train locomotives which were bound for Egypt. Sorry, got a little side tracked ...