Club Red Sea Dive Centre
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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 ...
... were built by King Ramses II for himself and for his favourite queen Nefertari about 1290 to 1223 BC. Ramses II was one of the longest reigning Pharoahs (67 yrs) and had 36 wives, 104 sons & 111 daughters. Quite an active man!
My images of the Nile have been destroyed! In a good way, that is... Instead of a dirty, brown, slow moving river with riverbanks filled with women washing clothes and alligators everywhere, it ...
... I started my DM course today! It's all going so fast! Though this course is a lot more significant than the others and should take around 4 weeks. There are skills, assistance and teaching sections, not to mention a ton of theory. It will be a taxing challenge but once I've finished it I'm sure it'll be worth it. Will is starting the next instructor level in mid February, can't say I'm jealous! I also got a ton of materials to go with the course. Bit worried I'm going to be ...
... moment later a taxi pulled up to take us the few kilometres down the road to the actual border crossing into Israel. I’d learnt that the American girl was named Clare, she’d been briefly visiting Dahab and was now heading back to Tel Aviv to stay with friends. The skinny guy in board shorts and spectacles that was carting a massive backpack around was Marcelo. He was a Brazilian guy who’d been working as a dive photographer at the Red Sea for several months and ...
... are restaurants and hotels, but nothing more than two stories high. Many are 'camps' with basic rooms set around a central shaded garden.
There are scarf shops, T-shirt shops and local chicken shops with cages of live birds outside awaiting a customer to come and chose their fate. I understand this involves the chicken disappearing below the counter, followed by twisting ...