Holitel Siesta Eilat All Inclusive
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... before feeding time'. This means studying dolphin behaviour before feeding hours, logically.
The reef has 5 dolphins. One tends to think it's not that difficult to identify only 5 animals. Unfortunately dolphins are all grey with the same body shapes. But once being told what to look at and notice for each dolphin I'm slowly ...
... the texture was really nice, and the sauce, made of cream, butter, lemon juice, wine, garlic, salt and pepper, was delicious, so I asked for the recipe. It was a bit vague, but a starting point!
With entree over, we headed for Rakwet Kanaan Restaurant and Cafe, a little local cafe, where Emma had been before. The food was much heavier on garlic than in other restaurants, so it is good we were all sharing.
From there it was home, bed and blog.
... by the crew. We were just about to get ready for dinner when we hear the fire alarm. It is definitely the fire alarm, with no warning that this is a drill, we then have total silence for about 2 minutes, we then hear the captain. This isn't a drill, a smoke alarm has detected smoke in the crew laundry area, fire teams are already on their way to investigate, and he will update us shortly. It is at about that ...
Eilat was a world of it's own. The pale desert of both Eilat and Aqaba (the Jordanian city on the other side of the sea) made the deep blue of the Red Sea POP. Unfortunately despite it's name, the sea is not red (the name comes from the red of the nearby mountains). The city is built for tourism - both local and international, as seen by fancy hotels and expensive restaurants. When we went to the grocery store we were asked to show our passports. Odd. Then ...
... not talking about complex discussions, but being able to communicate things about your status and the surroundings is important. One fact that I've had to inform the dive guide about pretty much every time is when I have reached half a tank of air. It is done through a sign similar to time out.
Yesterdays dive was the first time I have ever been able to inform the guide of my air ...