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Bahamas' Celeste Marshall enjoys the Red Sea and culture of Egypt
By The Bahamas Weekly News Team
Aug 27, 2015 - 11:40:41 PM

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Photo shoot at Mangroovy Beach at the Red Sea in Egypt, Celeste (far left) with other contestants of Top Model of the World (Photo: DIRadioCast New Media Network)

The adventure continues for Celeste Marshall as she is among 50+ contestants in the Top Model of the World Competition in the ultra exotic location of El Gouna, Egypt.

Celeste was yet again selected for another photo shoot, this time at northern Mangroovy Beach which said to be the "Venice of the Red Sea', and is famous for kite surfing! Celeste was one of six girls at the destination shoot.

After a day in the sun, evening was spent at the Grand Oasis Resort a location set against the Red Sea mountain range. There, the girls enjoyed  a sumptuous Egyptian dinner and watched local entertainers perform.


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Learning about kiteboarding while at Mangroovy Beach in El Gouna. (Photos: DIRadioCast New Media Network)



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At Oasis Resort for dinner and entertainment after a fabulous day! (Photo: DIRadioCast New Media Network)



On August 27th Celeste spent the day scuba diving in the Red Sea with Meeting Point Egypt. After another long day of fun in the sun the girls had dinner at Ocean View Restaurant located in the Three Corners Hotel and after dinner they ended the night at  Du Point Poolside Club.

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Other daily reports:
 
Bahamas' Celeste Marshall shining like the sun in Egypt

Bahamas' Top Model Celeste Marshall not afraid to get wet!

Bahamas' Celeste Marshall begins stay in Egypt for Top Model of the World



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