Eldorado Lodge & Restaurant
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... goggles, our tank attached to a vest and then added weights around our waist to ensure we would be able to go beneath the surface. And let me tell you, before we reached the water, I swore I was going to just tip right over. One small breeze and I would've been a goner!! No lie. The five us doing the instructional course all made it to the water and began testing out the gear. For a true beginner, there was a lot to take in even though we would have an instructor with us at ...
... ranging from 8 to 12 kilometers. It didn’t feel short or easy at any point.
It was clear that I had overdressed something fierce for the very mild weather we were encountering, especially because we didn’t actually start up the mountain until 3:30 AM, just a wee bit later than the 11:30 PM quoted to us. And I had forgotten that climbing steadily uphill is warm, sweaty work. I was overheating from the beginning, shedding clothing and tying it ...
... after the chaos of Cairo.
So Murray and I take in a beer at one of the bars stretching right out over the water. Arid desert mountains tower above in the distance where palm trees line the coast in between the white and wooden buildings. It feels like a true hippy town catering for backpackers and divers due to the spectacular underwater world which includes the famous blue hole. Sweet shisha smoke fills the air and we are clambered on by the local cats that are looking for a bit ...
... wonder why, but I've passed the halfway point of my trip. Maybe it's a little weak of me to be so looking forward to getting home but so what. I would have completed the challenge I set myself, and oh what a challenge it was. Me Matt and will went for an hour and halfs snorkel today, the sea was like a lake it was so flat, and we kept diving down into the blue depths of the ocean, setting challenges. It struck me then that everyone lives life on the edge in their own way. Even ...
... home. I had a reasonably good chicken kebab and a couple beers and felt very relaxed. Now I'm at the centre and I have flies all over me, which I'm getting used to, but it's safe to say that relaxation is gone now, especially as I've nearly eaten a couple. More diving today! And just realised there's a photo limit on this blog, not ...