Dahab Divers South Sinai Hotel & Dive center
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... Commandments. At least, I think he said there were ten.
The starting area at the bus drop-off proved to be a chaotic multi-lingual scrum of busses, guides, tourists, pilgrims, college groups and hawkers. After receiving very bright LED torches (“You pay ten American dollars if you lose them!”) we got into a mob scene trying to clear the security gate. Egyptian security can be a curious thing, and this was no exception. Every bag had to ...
... from mindless wanderings. I helped out as an actual divemaster today, herding two hopeless Dutch people around the Gulf of Aqaba, with an instructor in front. I spent the dive pushing them deeper or pulling them shallower, pointing them left and right, and laughing when the fat guy nearly descended on top of his girlfriend. Amusing. The instructor said I did well which I was surprised at... And onto a night dive tonight! Hopefully this one will be a bit more serene than the last. ...
... white. It was amazing! The third dive of the day was a navigational add on, where I had to use a compass and/or time to determine where we were, get lost, then take us back to exactly where we got in! Doing it in a fogged up mask was very interesting, but somehow I managed to do it! The dive this morning was just the national geographical add on to my open water and now I'm all certified ...
... and more convenient. It was called Red Sea Relax - hopefully it would deliver on its name. We got a room in an apartment of theirs that was just behind the main complex. Basic but fine and very cheap. The pool was great - we alternated between book reading and swimming occasionally getting off our butts to venture for food. Our second day there we went to the Blue Hole on a snorkelling trip with Lorraine - a British expat. It was excellent. We were transported out ...
... After what seemed like many hours we eventually reached Taba and were offloaded like cargo. The bus took off and I turned to find myself outside what looked like a gas station in the middle of nowhere with three other people. There was no help for it.
“So are we all going to the border?”
The others looked at me. A stylish girl with shoulder length blonde hair nodded at me.
“The taxi should be here shortly”.
She was right. ...