Taking a hundred phone calls a day, following tweets on twitter, checking notifications on facebook, getting back to emails...etc. We live in an unbearable busy, busy, busy world that sucks life out of us. As humans who were created and made to be part of nature is unfair that we have forgotten what’s it like and now we are looking for it desperately.
And by the way, it’s our only way in and out of such a busy cycle, nature is our only fuel for the days to come. But can we let go?! for just few days?! What might help a little is to escape to your getaway keeping some things in mind like a new ATTITUDE of switching everything off to turn your life back on.
It’s always a personal delight to meet new people from different cultures of the world while traveling. Get to know why people live, talk, wear differently. Learn few greeting words in the language or dialect of their culture. After all communication face to face is of human nature.
A hard core vacation is when you get a real tan and sit by the beach and get the best of Egypt’s hottest sun kisses. My favorite sandy beach is Savoy Hotel in Sharm El Sheikh.
Traveling always has its own interesting vibe to do curiously new things, so won’t you just put down your smartphone, headphones, and even your music in that hotel room and go get a LIFE! Try out something crazy and new. Things to do in Dahab or Things to do Sharm El Sheikh on the Red Sea are one of a kind experiences you can ever encounter in a lifetime.
I know how important the camera concept is on holidays and planned vacations, specially if it’s once in a lifetime. But unless your trip is not for a photography cause, just relax. After all the whole trip is supposed to be about you and not the people who will end up watching your photos later on a time you have missed out on just waisting your true sightseeing experiences. Let your summary shots be enough proof of satisfaction.
I have to admit that the moment you will finish reading this, is most likely when you were checking out your top holiday destinations in Egypt, probably picking them out on a laptop or smartphone. Few days of Eco is my personal advice, which sums up a technology-free travel plan.
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