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This was our most laid back day in Jordan, fitting for a stay in a Red Sea resort town. We set off at noon for a half day of snorkelling on a local boat with a 2-man crew. They were both smiling, friendly and fun-loving, gently coaxing those new to snorkeling into the water to enjoy glimpses of colourful coral and fish.
As we cruised out …
Today is our last day at sea and we start today with an invitation to lunch. Because we have been reckless enough to sail with this company before, we are rewarded with a nice lunch, which of course we have every day, and a couple of glasses of something fizzy to wash it down with, which is always rather nice. It does however start at the rather unseemly time of 11.15 which definitely seems overly early for lunch, but what the heck, it is always fizz o clock ...
... resort for Jordanians given their narrow Red Sea coastline.
We left early on the van to the Egyptian port at Nuweiba. As if saying goodbye to our friend and leader Mohammed wasn’t bad enough, we were ushered through to the ‘waiting room’ at the port to which we would spend 2 or so hours before boarding the ferry. I’ve enclosed ‘waiting room’ in inverted commas because it really should have been called ‘roasting hot, ...
We arrived in Aqaba, intending to partake in some snorkelling (diving being out of the question with my eardrum almost but not fully recovered) or just some beach time by the Red Sea.
Well, that went out the window pretty fast. At the hotel, a big gust of wind blew the door shut...on my fingers. Profuse bleeding on the floor commenced. My right ring fingertip was badly bruised, but my middle fingertip was a completely ...
... back in Dahab as we drove back at a crazy speed- sometimes with our lights on, sometimes off, sometimes on the left side of the road and sometimes on the right side of the road. It was crazy driving- he gave himself no room for an animal, rock or other vehicle suddenly appearing in front of him. Kat and I very quietly found the seat belts and buckled ourselves in, and said a quiet prayer (insha allah we will get there safe…). We finally arrive Dahab after about a 40 minute rally drive. Hello ...