Hurghada SeaGull Beach Resort
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- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- TV Channel One Russia
- Room service
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... wedges, it’s not what I would call a breakfast more of a snack to tide you over until a meal time comes along, (tea and coffee are served piping hot in a glass, and more than one has ended up on the floor, just too hot to handle
I ended up going to the Cacao bar and getting an omelette (I was in there at 2;30 this morning drinking coffee)
It’s been a windy day and quite cool ton what we have been experiencing, so it’s quite pleasant out ...
... conditions are horrendous with daytime temperatures in the mid forties and the landscape totally unforgiving. The wind is so hot off the rock and sand it is cooler to close the windows! After a morning snorkelling in the Red Sea we originally set off after a truck lunch for a four hour run to Luxor. This unfortunately turned into seven hours as we had to double back after a police checkpoint refused to allow us passage. Taking the long way round we got ...
... Reps from tourism company's approached us to try and sell us day tours. Could not sit and read for 2 minutes. Dinner was another buffet that we had started to get tired of and then an early night. Next day, We had a snorkelling trip out at this popular reef. There were lots of different boats all moored up with a lot of people learning how to dive. The reef was only 10 to 12 meters down so I wasn't overly keen to dive. After getting in the water, it took about 200 meters ...
This is going to be short because I have written so many blogs and then not been able to send them and it's very frustrating! If it's successful then I'll send another tomorrow. When I booked this trip we were supposed to be going through the western deserts of Egypt but Fco advice stopped all that and we've been diverted to the Red Sea. Consequently ...
... the next morning, and praying that we wouldn’t be re-living it later on the boat, we looked out at the near horizontal palm trees around the pool. Luckily, the wind seemed to subside slightly as we too subsided at the first dive site, after becoming acquainted with our fellow sub-mariners. Dan had decided to take the “Advanced” Open water course, so was down for 5 dives over 2 days, 4 of which were specialised. As the “specialist ...