A few weeks ago we left Jordan and made our way along the coast of the Sinai Peninsular in Egypt. It’s a barren landscape where rocky desert mountains meet the crystal clear waters of the Red Sea. Our first stop was the small town of Nuweiba.
We came here looking for the perfect digital nomad balance, a quiet place with beautiful beaches but decent WiFi that we need to work, and good food to keep us happy. Unfortunately we didn’t find it here as the WiFi was painfully, dial up slow, and the food was average at best.
Still, life’s not so bad when you can work on the balcony of your beach hut just metres from the beach. The lack of internet meant I could focus on my writing, and in the afternoon we rewarded ourselves by kayaking out to the reef and snorkelling through a world of colourful fish.
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