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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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Travel Blogs from Dahab
... being a 'beginner' diver for my two previous Divemaster colleagues which should be fun, and a good last full day in this beautiful place. I'll have to get things wrong and make them correct it, and its always amusing.
I will write tomorrow for sure, dinner tonight with Glasgow Kenny.
My love to all of you! This blog is coming to an end, and thank you for caring enough to read it, it does mean a huge amount.
... oooooh no. After another hour of driving we finally spotted them! Only then Mohamed went back on his phone and clearly took completely the wrong turning away from them. We began reversing up main roads and side streets, trying to get back to where we were. Me and Charlotte hoped he was trying to find the guide. We did eventually find the guide at quarter past 1, after a 10 hour journey. He had been there since half past 7 in the morning. Finally driving to the pyramids, ...
... of fresh fish and point. I pointed at a ridiculously large amount of king prawns, Dan at some weird looking fish. It was great and came out with tahini, bread, salad and rice. All for a whopping £6.50 each. The next night we tried Sea Bride, a restaurant not shy about blatantly breaking Disney's copyright laws. Possibly owned by the same people as Facebook cafe down the road... not sure its a Zuckerberg venture. Same concept as Marim, but slightly pricier as aimed ...
... 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 ...
... not to be spending another night in that hotel!!!
It was quite a fascinating drive in the daylight back to the border. There is so much unfinished building work along the way. Whole developments of half finished houses, half built resorts etc. I actually felt really sad for the Egyptians as everything looks so depressing and I know their tourism business is suffering due to the revolution. It’s such a far cry from the mighty days of the Pharaohs. All along the ...