Hi Paul, I've just checked through your earlier posts and see that you've not made any reference to Ramadan, which starts around 9th July and may therefore impinge slightly on the latter part of your holiday. The main things to bear in mind is that although cafes etc. will normally be open as usual during the day you may be asked to eat inside, rather than outside in full view of the fasting natives. All hotels will have service as normal, including the sale of alcohol, but you will almost certainly not be able to buy alcohol outside the hotels and few, if any, of the supermarkets will sell it, so you may wish to stock up at the duty-free, or even in the local supermarkets at the beginning of your holiday, if you want to enjoy a drink on your balcony. You may also find a shortage of taxis for a while just after sunset, when the drivers all go home to break the fast.
None of these things need cause problems for the tourists but 'forewarned is forearmed'. I'm sure you'll have a great holiday and look forward to reading your report on your return.