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... I can hold my breath underwater for 2min 54sec. Pretty cool huh! Freediving physiology, namely the "mammalian dive reflex", is fascinating. Some reflexes which help freediving are our heart rate halves after a few minutes of not breathing. Blood rushes from our limbs to our core to give more blood to the brain. Our spleen releases blood when the brain sends the signal it's oxygen starved, providing a one-time boost. We have nerves on our temples which enable us to hold ...
... that Alice gave me. Me and will went on a dive to mashraba reef, and I used up all the photos in one dive. Some of them will be quite interesting I think, the rest maybe not so interesting. I swear I didn't take 27 photos, but I remember each time you turned the thing to load up the next photo too far, it clicked... So there will probably be lots of photos of the ocean in general and bubbles and me looking confused... But plenty of some nemo's (clownfish) I saw and me! ...
... Random strangers complement me on the beard (like dudes from Tennessee in Petra)
... a diving Mecca. We shared the road with pedestrians and camels and horses. I love driving in Egypt.
When we reached our destination we were treated to a very chilled environment consisting of shelters attached to coffee shops and food stalls. All these were facing the water, open at the front and involved lounging around on cushions. We were taken to one of the venues, chose our lounging spots and dumped our stuff. The whole environment had ...
... the rest of the group were disinclined to do so and I wasn't sure if I was allowed to the leave the group, so I took the Camel Trail to St Katherine's Monastery. By this point it is baking hot and in the end the Monastery was a bit of a disappointment so we're all pretty happy to head home.
Our driver was waiting for us but refused to leave until 10am on the dot because he was having tea, which is ironic because he spent the following 90 minutes trying to ...