The Mirage Village Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Kids activities or Babysitting
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Travel Blogs from Dahab
... waffles. You have NO IDEA how happy that made me. A NORMAL, AMERICAN BREAKFAST. I'm still grinning thinking about this morning's delicious treat. What a happy tummy. :) Afterward, Caine (AUS) and I decided not to screw with our sleep schedule and instead of napping, explore the local markets along the beach. Immediately, I knew this was a good idea. All activities lately (due to the danger of Egypt) have been with the entire group. Those of you who know me well, know that as much ...
... Torah up Mt. Sinai, but Moses only had to bring the Ten Commandments down. And when the father of the bar mitzvah bragged aboard the bus that this was probably the first time this had ever happened, the Israeli bus driver put him in his place, saying, “What are you talking about? Every Monday and Thursday four, five times!”
Still, Jebel Musa is an astonishing place, and being there on the Sabbath of the Ten Commandments is a memory to treasure ...
... of my hair...
Also got lots of feedback about the 1st-person spiel on the last entry! Shall be doing that more often. It felt good to vent a little rather than just tell you all what has happened in the past few days.
But now it is time for bed! With each day i'm getting more and more excited about getting home, imagining getting off the plane, seeing Alice and Dad, being completely freezing, slowly losing my ...
... Quiet becomes quieter, and serene becomes absolute, adding in a load of divers of course who couldn't get their buoyancy right and were kicking up the sand so you couldn't see anything even if it was daytime... I wasn't perfect though I have to say. It was beautiful though. If you shone your torch away and waved your hand around, fluorescent things would flash and spark, all illuminated by the ghostly (almost wrote goaty) moonlight and the lights from ...
This is my first full day in Dahab! I've finally found working Internet at my dive centre, so it looks like this is my new base for the holiday, and not the hotel. I've found people here say a lot and do little, and after that and coming here in the dark of last night with my taxi driver Ramadan, prospects seemed bleak. But in the light of early morning, things seem to be looking up! I'm diving for the first ...