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 ...
... 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 ...
... our travels the beard has become part of the family, so in commemoration of the beard we thought we would share some pictures, thoughts, comments and memories:
... 2 hours until they provided a jeep with 4 police on board. They stayed with us for 20 minutes and then stopped the bus and said they were returning to their base as the base didn’t have enough cover! We hurtled on through 2 more check points and then were pulled over again and told to wait for an escort. Once again they wouldn’t release anyone from there (as it made THEM vulnerable!) and we had to wait for guards from another station. ...
... sparkly and western with a slight eastern twist to it. We've never really seen anything of real Egyptian life.
Dahab is a very different place. Thirty years ago it was a bedouin fishing village. Today it is more developed but not very much so. It is a town where tourists, backpackers and locals are living side by side, along with a lot of goats, camels and rubbish.