6 Dec 2015

RED SEA HOLIDAYS DECEMBER 6

Yesterday evening we attended a concert, a young singer gave at the bar. He really had a very beautiful voice and sang all kind of songs from Elvis to Robbie Williams. We met a German couple and started to chat with them, of course I had to translate for Nicole, but nevertheless we had a lot of fun. These people came from near Berlin and were very funny.

This morning when I woke up, the sun was shining as usual, but it was cold ! My mood sank. But then when I went down to the Breakfast room, I saw these men putting up a huge Christmas tree !



They were laughing and when I took out my camera they laughed even more, waved with the branches and wished me a Merry Christmas ! It was a lot of work to put the branches together and I thought it would take them at least the whole morning ! Even in the breakfast room some tables had little Christmas trees.



But to my surprise when I went up to my room to put on my bathing suit it had already been decorated ! That was real  quick !

At the beach we were now spoiled with Christmas songs. That was OK as long as they were funny, but "Silent Night, Holy Night" sounded a little strange when you are laying at the beach and let the sun shine on your belly !



We had our usual lunch, fresh salad, Nicole a piece of chicken, I a piece of fish.

When I had enough of the sunshine I returned to my room and now the tree was fully finished even with gift parcels underneath.

7 comments:

Hilary Melton-Butcher said...

Hi Gattina - looks good and Christmas is a-coming ... dark and cooling off here! Cheers Hilary

modern nomad said...

Things are looking very holly and jolly!
have a super Sunday...

Noodle and crew

Loree said...

It would feel strange to hear Christmas songs while sun-bathing. It's what they do in Australia.

Fun60 said...

You seem to be having a fantastic time. Don't worry about visiting our blogs, spend your time in the sunshine. I am off to krakow in the morning so I won't have much time for blogging either.

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

I'm glad they're taking good care of you. It is odd to celebrate Christmas where it's warm and sunny. We have learned that in our travels. (Just here in the USA ... I'd love to experience a Winter Holiday where you are,)

diane b said...

It sure looks a comfortable hotel. I like to hear you had the sun on your belly.

jabblog said...

A nice drop of sun to warm you up for the winter ahead.