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Holiday - Sensatori Sharm El Sheikh

Hi everybody

Well for the past few weeks I've been sunning myself on a wonderful beach belonging to the Sensatori Sharm El Sheikh 5 star hotel.

We stayed there last year for the first time and decided to go again, after having visited Sharm six times previously.

We had a wonderful time and it was wall to wall sunshine every day.  Here are some pictures of the hotel and the beach.  Enjoy!!


The path that ran along the front of the complex facing the beach.  Lovely and spotlessly clean 



We loved the beach and sunbathed here every day


We walked past the infinity pool every day as well.  This was attached to two other pools, one of which was an activity pool


Panoramic shots of the beach and sea.



The hotel even had an adult part too where there was a pool and sunshades and where you had to be over 18.


On the walk back from the beach part of the complex had swim up rooms which you can see in this photo and on top underneath the sails is another sunbathing area next to the infinity pool and bar area.



Great view from the buffet restaurant in the outside seating area.


And most nights we visited Casanova The Camel to feed him oranges and apples.

I'm now feeling rested and raring to go with my crafty projects and have already finished two book folds which need decorating and also a few crochet projects.  Will be updating my website very soon with lots of new projects but in the meantime I have a fair to prepare for which I'm doing at a local school fair in July. 

Take care.

Tanya xx



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