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... than scuba, and my body wasn't cooperating. I did my super long breath hold that day though. On the second day, I freedived to 17m both by pulling the line, and again by swimming down. I could have gone deeper, but found it hard to equalize the pressure in my ears. The pressure at that depth also threw me off, my chest felt like it was getting squeezed by a pair of vices, yet at 16m I felt fine. A school of medium sized fish surrounded the line as i ascended up, ...
... to come into their shop or restaurant and if you don't they'll say see you tomorrow and you say yes probably! My alternative so far has been to workout very complicated routes across town to get to wherever I'm going and not to disappoint these people, but it can't be like that forever! Still missing you all lots, but this place is starting to grow on me, mentally I mean, not in a fungus sense. Thank you for reading! Hope it's worthwhile. p.s some things may be exaggerated for comic ...
... 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 ...
... of the day to spend sightseeing en route to the border as we had planned.
We did the worlds fastest visit to Qumran! Drove in to the carpark, showed the kids the caves where the Dead Sea Scrolls were found, took some photos and drove off again!! There is a great visitors centre there but that will have to wait for another time!
It was really interesting driving South as we had not been along that road before on this trip. We could see the Dead Sea in ...