20 Feb 2018

HOLIDAYS AT THE RED SEA EGYPT

We enjoy very much our holidays in Hurghada




After weeks and weeks of rain we almost didn't know anymore how the sunshine looked like







Here we enjoy our nice place on the beach with a beautiful view on the sea.



There have been a lot of improvements since we had been here last November. There is a new restaurant on the beach for something light to eat for lunch. The decoration is light and airy real beautiful. We also have internet which works ! Even on the beach and in the rooms.

So far we haven't done anything besides recuperate, we were both not feeling very well. There are lots of English and Germans here and for the first time also Frenchs. That's funny because the staff whom I know ask me to give them French lessons or at least the most important words. I have never been a teacher but it is fun. Especially with words like "There is a show tonight ..... belly dance, fakir etc or the way to the restaurant is this way. And of course I had to translate them "I love you" !

So I am working hard even during holidays !!






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9 comments:

Fun60 said...

Your language skills are always in demand. It looks wonderful there, I am very envious.

Linens and Royals said...

Don't work too hard with the translating, just soak up the sun and improve your health.

Wendy said...

It all looks lovely. Hope you're feeling better.

mamasmercantile said...

Hope you are both feeling a little better and get to enjoy your holiday. Looks like a great place.

Andrew said...

It looks very nice. I remember you complaining about the internet, so it is good that it has been fixed. Somewhere for a light lunch is brilliant. Mind, I don't suppose you have other choices for food, aside from the hotel?

Tamago said...

The decoration does look light and airy there. Looks very pleasant, relaxing.
Sounds like you are enjoying giving French lessons :-) Have fun! And I hope you feel better! xo

Loree said...

You all look like you're having a good time.

Su-sieee! Mac said...

Looks like a wonderful place to rest and recoup. Have a great time. :-)

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

So beautiful! There was a fellow passenger on our cruise who spoke Spanish and she translated what the guides told us (on our shore excursion in Huatulco Mexico.) I told her she should ask the cruise line to pay her! (That was the only place where the guides didn't speak English though).