Happy Life Village
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... with over 80 dive centers located within a 10-block radius! Needless to say, every tourist, and some locals carry flippers around with them and it is not unusual to see people fully geared up with tanks on their backs walking amongst the tables at beachfront restaurants en route to the Sea.
We spent a large portion of our two-week stay living under the sea. One of our favourite dives was the SS Thistlegorm wreck, a WWII ...
... padding: 0px; vertical-align: baseline;">Passport checks often get double-takes and additional questioning. Most laugh when Eric tells them about it being a “travel ...
... them. The woman had a huge expensive camera in an even bigger and more expensive waterproof case. It was like an Asian but underwater. She took photos of everything, her fins nearly knocking off pieces of coral time and time again. It was quite sad really. Me and will got back to dahab and went for dinner at meya meya again, and he agreed we should make it a regular haunt! Now watching a film then a much needed sleep. Less than 7 weeks till I'm back and less than 1 until Sam is ...
... 15'. Given that I know the visa costs $15 this makes it the obvious choice but does not bode well for future Egyptian communication skills.
FInally through Immigration and into the hard sell of the taxis. I never take taxis anywhere unless there really is no alternative and tonight is no exception. I expect there to be other backpackers to try to follow but this really isn't the right place for them so I do my best on my own. I am told there are local ...
... and it wasn’t too long before we were beside it. Before the all important float in the salty sea we stopped off at En Gedi, David’s place of refuge. It’s a lovely oasis in the middle of dry and dusty desert. We could imagine David and his men hiding out here and wondered if they enjoyed splashing in the waterfalls! It was INCREDIBLY hot here, as it has been over the last few days in Israel. We walked to the first waterfall and Sim and the kids had fun cooling ...