Le Meridien Dahab Resort
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Travel Blogs from Dahab
... the evening, meaning Will's, for me, final night might be spent with the new girl, talking about herself, and a little more about herself, and THEN if I'm lucky, some more about herself. Last night I used a clever tactic which worked to an extent, ask her loads of questions at the beginning of dinner, so by the time the food comes she has nothing left to say! Turns out that there are even more facts about her that I don't ...
... of the city. It was a buffet affair and the food was hot and wholesome. So was the coffee, I was nearly falling asleep! After that we moved to Tahrir square. More dangerous roads and gasps and certainty of horrific crashes. It was fascinating. We saw the Mubarak building gutted by fire in 2011 and the many 5 star hotels lining the river, and were dropped off at the national museum. We sped through the pharaonic collection, which was eye opening and fascinating, but ...
... the scheduled time of 4pm. Much better than we expected. There was water everywhere on the roads and landslips all over the place. Very muddy. It seemed that a huge storm went through before we got there. There was a lot of rain and hail stones the size of golf balls. Our guide had never seen anything like it in the past and the locals were taking pics because they had never seen hail before. Our room was a little damp in the foyer but it didn't take long to dry out. The softies who ...
... way". He gestured over the highway with his thumb.
I felt a little relieved to know that I hadn’t missed my chances for catching the Taba bus. I tried to follow the man’s directions to the transit hub but couldn’t find it. I was walking along the side of the highway when a taxi flagged me down and asked if I needed a lift. “Sure” I said in defeat as I climbed into the taxi. At least I’d reach the hub quickly.
The younger ...
... and blonde, Russian children.
Funny – I thought that Cairo would be the least conservative place that we would go. Yet, in Cairo I nary saw a woman’s knee. The farther we went from Cairo – Aswan, Luxor, Dahab – the more skin I see and the fewer headscarves. This is purely an observation – no judgment whatsoever. In fact, although bathing topless, or nude, is against the law, apparently they ...
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