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... got there in the end. Well, I tried a Sheesha! Hooray, another one to tick off. The next morning before driving to our next destination, five of us went diving in the Red Sea. We got off to a rocky start when our dive master was insistent that we put together our tanks and gear ourselves. I haven't done that since my dive course and have only been diving with Michael since who has always stepped in and helped. I can check my gear, no problems, but put it together? ...
... After dinner Lucy and I headed for a game of pool. Few more people joined us in pool. It was fun until the last game where I was left annoyed by Adele and her tactics in pool. But that didn’t stop me from having a good night as the moment I stepped out of the pool area the beach was lit with the full moon and the stars were out. It was a beautiful night and we left the curtains open in our room as we had the view of the moon on the ocean and with the sound of the waves we fell ...
... he asks if he can smoke, taking into account the powert relationship in the middle of the wilderness (even Moses got lost there for 40 years), which is apparently rife with escaped convict bandits, we didn't refuse. The passenger then rolled up a spliff, passed it to the driver who then carried on chatting away, but this time, with one hand over the shoulder of his friend, one on his prized joint, he had no hands ...
... by APPLES - there are also apples painted hither and yon the walkways, etc. - go figure...)
And while yes Karen, I COULD have had a thatched hut just like the one I gazed at on the website (for $8), suffice that for a few bucks more ($16 more/night) I regained my sanity and opted for a simple, but oh so deliciously air-conditioned private en suite ...
... either tanned, swam or snorkelled. I went snorkelling! The equipment the hotel had was really old and beaten up, but since it was free nobody cared.
The snorkelling was awesome, and the water was so warm it was like bathwater. The coral was pretty and I saw quite a few fish, but I've only snorkelled properly twice so I still had a great time! Apparently there was even better snorkelling in 'the garden' but I was happy in the 6-8 metre section as it was still quite a long swim ...
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