Sea Sun Hotel Dahab
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... hanging out for Thai for so long! Wednesday - we both went scuba diving today!! I did a intro scuba dive which was incredible!! I really enjoyed it and I didn't freak out at all!! So awesome! The coral and fish were beautiful! Afterwards I even got my first ever coffee!!!! Yummo a caramel latte!! We then all made our way back to the hotel and got ready for the quad bike safari! We travelled to Sharm El Shieke which was an hour away and Ad and I shared a bike! We ...
... in dahab. By virtue of the sport, freedivers are very relaxed people both underwater and on the ground. So it was really fun playing poker with them and seeing them stress out. I won the poker game, though I came close to losing it all underestimating the hand of the other non-freediver in the group, who's a struggling author from England. The next day, I left dahab reluctantly. If you're stressed out and need somewhere to relax and bum around it, I strongly recommend heading ...
... hotel until he gets there, if they exist that is. If they don't its ok, anyone who's stayed in the seahorse begins to value the more basic things in life (water, a bed, a roof, a lack of fleas, good sanitation, a lack of supermosquito mosquitos). I may even shave! Shock horror. My beard is starting to become quite substantial... As is my normal hair! I am not getting a haircut out here, I will not subject my hair to the crazy Egyptian methods! So when I get back it's going to ...
... was that it was 9.30pm at night and the transit was a heart stopping high speed 85km journey through huge towering mountains with various armed checkpoints along the way. Dan cleverly distracted me with a movie on the iPhone before my imagination ran wild. On route towards our hotel Dahab was pretty quiet with the exception of a large congregation of Bedouins milling about the middle of the road (Bedouin flash mob perhaps?) Our hotel, the Bedouin Moon Hotel, was about ...
... only have to wait 20 minutes or so until the next one arrived. During this time Fabio showed up, waltzing along the pavement towards us.
“What happened!?” I asked him.
He threw his hands in the air “The driver – he come back and see me walking and says he take me for free. I say yes and he takes me to the border. Then he asks for money. I say no but he says he already take me. So I made him take me back and I walked again”.