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Port Ghalib and Hussan Fathyt

Dec 09, 2009 | Author: Rajendra Shende

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By Rajendra Shende, rmshende@unep.org 9 December 2009 Nothing grows there, on the south-west beach of the Red sea, except fish and colourful corals. The place is designed to be a beach resort in the desert with its clean lonely beaches, white sands, bottle-green seawater, soft refreshing and cold wind sweeping across, riding on the waves