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... at work, this is what I will be dreaming of. When I worship and praise God, this will be a constant reminder of His beauty. "The seas have lifted up, O Lord, the seas have lifted up their voice; the seas have lifted up their pounding waves. Mightier than the thunder of the great waters, mightier than the breakers of the sea-the Lord on high is mighty." Psalm ...
... connects to Israel and Jordan.
Along the southern and eastern coasts of the Sinai Peninsular there are quite a few coral reefs and several towns where the main source of income is dive tourism. It is also an area of high religious significance with St. Catherine’s Monastery being the oldest working monastery (I think).
Other than working our way closer towards the Suez Canal, the other focus of today was watching the ‘big game’ ...
... to the bridge, waiters to housekeeping) putting up a 'booth' or stall for entertainment, you could pelt water bombs at the Captain in the stocks, paint someone's face in a blindfold, or play basketball hoop throwing to jumping in & out of hoops - heaps of fun from 4pm until 5.30 with lots of prizes, which kept all the humans entertained for a couple of hours. We were 24hours sailing between the coasts of Somalia & Yemen, one of the most ...
Moved to Little Brother at about 05:00 in the morning! Briefing at around 06:30 then off in a Rib for our first dive along the East side of the island. Saw a couple of Threshers, a small White Tipped Reef and a Grey Reef Shark. All managed to get back to the boat quite ...
Arrive at Big Brother in the early hours of the morning and were woken at 05:30!! Our first dive was on the SE Plateau, a very mild current running south along the reef to plateau, dropped down to about 34M, hung around in the blue and we're rewarded with a beautiful Thresher shark gracefully swimming by. After a few minutes hanging around we started back along the reef wall and we're escorted by a very friendly Napoleon ...