Flamenco Beach and Resort

Address: Kilo 7 El Quseir - Safaga Road, El Quseir, Red Sea and Sinai, 84712, Egypt | 4 star resort
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This 4 star resort is located on Kilo 7 El Quseir - Safaga Road, El Quseir.
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          Travel Blogs from El Quseir


          A travel blog entry by derrick241 on Oct 28, 2015

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          ... much like sham, all the top brands, some very good restaurants, half our group went to the Hard Rock Cafe, the rest went to the marina

          When we got to the Marina, the rest opted for a meal 8in the Italian restaurant, I went off on my own to find somewhere

          I found a tidy German place, but trying to get served was ridiculous, the waiter spent all his time chatting up the girls and seemed rather upset I had come in there, but still the meal was good, ...

          Things we have seen at sea

          A travel blog entry by kavking1 on Apr 19, 2015

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          ... more reading. I really am on holiday! And the evening entry........ So I finished my book 'The Sex Lives of Siamese Twins'. Really loved it, but the language is pretty strong. Then resting, Dorothy drinks where I chatted to Will the Southern Belle who uses a fan to combat hot flushes caused by his HRT treatment for prostate cancer. I'm finding it really hard to visualise ...

          Diving in the south...

          A travel blog entry by kit_kat on Jun 05, 2011

          ... it was difficult to see the reef.

          We were hoping for some big things to go cruising by and sadly that didn't happen but it was a beautiful site to visit nonetheless.

          On our penultimate day, the wind had died down enough for us to go to a site called Zerib Kabir, which Ruben had been excited about all week.

          There is a shallow cave system in the reef here, which he dived on his last trip, and he was desperate to do it again.

          I was a bit apprehensive ...

          Day 10

          A travel blog entry by mattglawrence on May 13, 2009

          12 photos

          ... said that he was still asking himself the same question.   So as we continued we made quite a few stops along the way to see some outstanding geology at work.  We saw a couple of the contact points between the Nubian Sandstone and the Basement complex, which is usually hard to see as it either is subducted back into the ground or it is too high to get to because of continental plate tectonics.  We also saw quite a bit of rock that was highly pressurized from being so deep beneath ...

          Camel Ride

          A travel blog entry by kacampau on Oct 19, 2007

          4 photos

          ... will gather and stoop their feet. The Bedouin people will dig at this spot and build a well. Usually, a well will last for about 2 years before it dries out and they have to move again. We found the most interesting thing on the camels were their feet. Instead of being hard hooves like a horse, they were very soft. Each time the camel steps the foot would expand. This helps keep them from sinking in the desert ...