Coral Coast Hotel
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... freediving and I figured it would be a waste if I didn't try it, so I took 2 freediving classes here from an instructor I met by chance over dinner and beers. I discovered freediving is completely unlike any other sport I've done. Its closest counterpart is meditation. The key is holding your breath by slowing down your heart rate. Before you dive, you calm yourself for a few minutes and clear you mind (matrix reference) to the point you feel sleepy. With some training, ...
I took a taxi from my hotel to the sharm el shiekh bus station, where I took the bus to dahab. It took some haggling to get the taxi driver to agree upon the right price, after which I had to listen to his lies the for the entire taxi ride. "There is no more bus to dahab, you must take 200 pound taxi with me", "you've missed the bus already, take taxi with me", or "why you no help me my friend?", etc... Dahab was a huge culture shock for me. ...
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... them. The woman had a huge expensive camera in an even bigger and more expensive waterproof case. It was like an Asian but underwater. She took photos of everything, her fins nearly knocking off pieces of coral time and time again. It was quite sad really. Me and will got back to dahab and went for dinner at meya meya again, and he agreed we should make it a regular haunt! Now watching a film then a much needed sleep. Less than 7 weeks till I'm back and less than 1 until Sam is ...
... Then we drove down the road a bit to En Gedi Beach for our Dead Sea Swim. The beach consists of calcified salt that you have to tread gingerly over and then slide down the salt crusted bank into the water. It was lots of fun and the kids really enjoyed it, it’s such a bizarre feeling not being able to push your legs down. And if you get out a way, it’s quite hard to make your way back to shore!! It starts to sting after a while so we got out and went up to the showers ...