I had a fantastic time in Sharm El-Sheikh. It felt good to actually be baby-free for 4 nights. I stayed at Jolly Ville Movenpick and I made sure to try everything there is to try before I left. I did some parasailing, horseriding, snorkeling, little tanning in the balcony, shopping in Khaleej Na’ama and many more fun stuff.
I attended Tamer Hosni’s supposedly free concert on our first day there, though we ended paying around 2 kd to get in but it rocked.
I saw a puppet dance show followed by Tito, a male belly dancer who danced better than any lady dancer there is. I watched a whirling dervish performing his twirling dance, they’re also called Rowanda. It was cool.
I ate lots and lots of grilled shrimps at Safsafa, the best seafood restaurant in Sharm for only 50 Egyptian pounds. I drank the best turkish coffee and even had my fortune told for free.
I asked a taxi driver why most taxi drivers never hit the breaks when they see people crossing the road he said most of them didn’t understand the pedestrian signs, I thought that was a lame excuse to run people over.
I found it extremely inconvenient to have walk pavements half a metre high from the ground, it made it so difficult for us to climb them up and down. I don’t understand why they were build so high up?
All in all, I had a hard time leaving Sharm and Sharm had a hard time parting us that our flight was delayed several hours by the dust storm in Kuwait. I made friends with everyone in the airport, people everywhere were so much friendly and easy going. So peaceful.
The following song will show everyone how much it left a great impact on me.
[Song of the Day]