Sinai Beach Hotel

Address: Fouad Zekry St., Arish, Red Sea and Sinai, Egypt | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Fouad Zekry St., Arish, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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Travel Blogs from Arish

Finally here

A travel blog entry by jaimezavier on Feb 10, 2015

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I finally made it to Tel Aviv. New York was the perfect transition. Lots of relaxing, good eats and rest. On the way to the airport I finally felt a calmness set in.

On the flight I ended up sitting next to a very orthodox rabbi and had to move down a seat, since orthodox men cannot touch women, even by accident. I sat next to a very friendly dad Michael. He was on his way to see his son ...

Pilgrims progress

A travel blog entry by stebsbunny on Feb 10, 2015

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After a total of 13 hours in the air we finally made it safe to Tel Aviv. It's known as the port city of Israel and has roughly 2,500,000 people living here. We arrived at 11 AM Tel Aviv time which is 10 hours ahead of red deer time and promptly decided to do a quick tour of old Jaffa. We went to the place in the book of Acts where Peter went into a trance on the top of the roof top praying to God in the house of Simon the Tanner and then down to the ...

Sharm al Shudder

A travel blog entry by immyinegypt on Sep 09, 2013

The nagging thought of things to get back to can't be ignored any more, but it's only with promises of being back soon that Yesir lets us go. The road we took to get here is shut this evening, so we'll have to go a slightly longer route home, and get a bus to Sharm al Sheikh, and then one from there back to Cairo. Up on the road above the shore, Yesir waits with us to flag down the right coach as it swings round the precarious hairpin bend. Every truck gives a ...

Catching fish, catching Bedouins, catching coaches

A travel blog entry by immyinegypt on Sep 09, 2013

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Time in Sinai seems to hang suspended in the air, moving with the slow and stately seasons of mountains and sea. I'm only shaken abruptly out of this far away world by an early morning phone call from classmate Arthur. 'Hi, you coming to school this morning?' 'Erm, I'm on a boat. On the Red Sea…Probably not.'

Whoops. Back to Cairo, then.

The rest of the trip has been spent scrambling up nearby canyons, (don't tread on that snake), watching camels run with ...

Mt Sinai

A travel blog entry by longwaydown on Nov 14, 2008

We arrived at the base of Mt Sinai at about 10pm and prepared ourselves for the freezing temperatures and the long hike ahead. Tonight we climb 3800 metres up Mt Sinai to sleep the night under the stars and watch the sunrise. Mt Sinai is where Moses was believed to have received the 10 commandments and is a popular pilgrimage for religious groups throughout the world. The hike started off pretty easy but as expected it got harder and harder - the fact that it was pitch ...