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... about diving, women, diving women and other innuendos to do with diving and women that I'm sure you can think up. The guy has just broken up with his girlfriend again. It was one of those man conversations and we came up with a quote! MAN MOMENT! WOMEN AND ALICE CLOSE YOUR EYES! 'You can find your perfect woman, but no matter what, she will still be a woman.' YES! Moment of manly inspiration. If you didn't close your eyes ladies, then feel ...
... First was turning on the tap this morning which was so bad it was just comedic. It was like a film! It gurgled, shook violently, then yellow liquid spat out over and over again as if it was coughing, then it shook even more violently and I turned it off. I just laughed, there was nothing else to do. Second was during a dive today in which we did rescue skills. I don't know how I spotted it in the rough water a couple metres below the surface but there was a fish, about a ...
... we had free time so we just sat in our room and relaxed until dinner, we went into town again but went to a different restaurant but will still decided to get the seafood platter again and I think that this one may have been even better then the one on the previous night if that was even possible.
Day 202: Today was another free day so we decided to sleep in and then went down to the pool again to just relax for a little while and enjoy a ...
... Canal. This is an unbelievable trip. We are part of a convoy traveling under police protection. It is an interesting journey. Arrived at a checkpoint manned by the Egyptian army. Armed soldiers with automatic weapons and a small observation stand with a heavy machine gun keeping an overall eye on everything.
Slept on and off throughout the trip.
Incredible landscape. Stark, rugged and barren. Mostly granite and basalt by the looks of things.
Arrived in ...
... to climb 750 steps to the top. That is an absolute killer!! I would never have managed it if I hadn’t have had the camel ride for most of the way. I had to stop about every 20 steps and puff my lungs out and my heart felt like it was going to pound out of my ears….it was such hard work.
But it’s worth it when you get to the top!! It’s actually so beautiful in a stark and majestic kind of way that it brings tears to my eyes. It is completely ...