Movenpick Resort El Quseir
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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
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When we'd dried off, we started looking at the dives we could do later in the week. There are quite a lot of good sites that are easily accessible from El Queseir, both around Marsa Alam and also Safaga.
One of the sites I wanted to do was El Sheikh Malik, because a dugong can sometimes be found on the sea grass bed.
The morning we were going out was really windy and we weren't sure if we would be able to dive at the site, or if we'd have to go somewhere ...
Today is really our last day. We get picked up tomorrow at 3:15 am for our bus to Hurghada. To enjoy our last day to the fullest we added a camel ride to our normal routine of snorkeling and then laying in the sun. We had a great time. The hotel staff came and got us for our reservation. The 2 camels were lying on their sides like 2 dead dogs. The trainer gave them a command and they rolled onto their knees. ...
Half a week has gone by where our main purpose is to go outside, lay in the sun, and relax. It has been really nice and needed, but has turned in a bit of a boring routine. Everyday we wake up and have breakfast. The breakfast buffet is the same every single morning. We have a selection of cereals, pancakes, Egyptian foul, omelets, various (and not very good tasting) sweet ...
Today marked the end of Ramadan and we heard that there will be festivals and excitement in the town close to our hotel. We decided to go into town after a day on the beach to do some shopping (water costs us $2.00 per 2L bottle at the hotel) and to check the city out. The city used to be an important port for the import of coffee and other goods. Since the building of the ...
... a free shuttle to the " Outside Beach ". At the Outside Beach we can walk directly into the water in the little bay. The bay seems to be used as a Fish Nursery. Today we saw: squid lion fish (babies) box fish a stingray (small and young) puffer fish angel fish parrot fish and then tons and tons of different colored Reef fish (too numerous to add here) However we haven't found Nemo ...