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Travel Blogs from Dahab
... how I felt in the first couple of weeks and knowing I battled through it to be here today. Sounds a little cliche maybe, but that doesn't stop it from being true. My snorkel test last night was eventful to say the least. I got quite nervous in the lead up, but it was over in about 13 seconds as I needed to actually breathe. I didn't get too drunk mum have no fear, and I feel fine-ish ...
... bubbling of shisha pipes, and the ever present shout of street traders. Me, Charlotte and our guide were cornered by a particularly tenacious man, with crooked teeth and greasy hair, holding necklaces in his hands, draped over each finger. Eventually, me and Charlotte got him down from 400LE for one set of matching to two sets for 75LE. He was very upset. We moved through the bazaar, though I could not imagine charlotte's constant want for jewellery could get us into ...
... 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 ...
... house of David and Paula Ben Gurion which is fascinating. They lived here in a simple hut for quite a few years later on in life. David Ben Gurion was passionate about developing the Negev and was very involved with the kibbutz at Sde Boker and with encouraging pioneers to live in the Negev. The house is left exactly as it was when he was alive. John loved this place, he has always been interested in Ben Gurion, and is quite fascinated generally with Israel’s history.