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... very cool. I felt like a fish. Made me wish I had a gopro camera to share it with everyone. My instructor tells me I'm some-sort of natural at this and have been asked to pursue this sport further. Apparently I'm very calm and 17m is very good for a novice freediver. More interestingly, I posses the seemingly unique skill of "handless equalization", being able to equalize pressure in my ears without needing to pinch my nose and blow out. I somehow picked this up in the ...
... on one of the routes I did, which I found amusing. Because of the summer heat, we had to climb in the late afternoon. A good number of the egyptian climbers were climbing for the first time so I had to waste a lot of time belaying them. As the sun went down, I'd only climbed two routes, which was annoying since I paid 30 euros. So I decided to squeeze in one more route in the dark. The climbing guide objected till I whipped out a head lamp. ...
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... went on a fun dive with the newly resuscitate buddy Jack. Things I saw on the fun dive: - 2 different kinds of moray eel, both small. - a stonefish. - a jellyfish. - a huge green turtle. - a dead cat. The first time seeing the recently drowned dead cat was sad, but then one of jacks kicks put it on all fours instead of lying down and I couldn't help but laugh. I'm sorry world! And Alice. Tomorrow I'm diving canyon and blue hole as I did yesterday. ...
... in the dirt parking lot adjacent to the Israel side of the crossing and walked with our bags through Israel customs and then Egypt customs. Quite a contrast in styles! Israel all official, airconditioned, neat and tidy…Egypt the complete opposite! Sim made a bit of a blunder by saying SHALOM to the guys at the checkpoint which they weren’t too pleased about..oops!! The taxi driver was waiting for us thankfully, even though we ended up being an hour late! It was a very ...