Tropitel Dahab Oasis
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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Leena, Anastasia and I were up to greet the dawn. We woke at 5.30 to watch the sunrise over the Red Sea. It was a nice moment that we shared. After a bit of a walk along the beach it was time to finish packing, have brekky and say our farewells to Mayer. There were a few drops of rain - Egypt was crying her farewells to us! My god that guy can talk! We had a little meeting and then it was time for us to say "Shukran". We played a little joke on Mayer by putting only 250 Egyptian ...
I am really excited! Tomorrow morning at 10am I am getting a taxi to the resort in Sharm where me and Sam will be staying. Reviews and the website say its really really nice and I cannot wait! Sam gets in around 6 and I'll be meeting him at the airport. After that we'll go for dinner somewhere and plan our lads weekend! My day today was nice and relaxed. A great fun dive at the Islands dive site south if dahab. It's a ...
... unusually for here) was abysmal but I spent 45 minutes underwater and it was great!
The first dives back in were on March 31st at sites to the south of Dahab called the Moray Garden and Golden Blocks. I have to thank my wonderful friend Sameh Sokar (who runs excellent dive trips through Scuba Seekers) for getting me back in.
So, what did we see? Well, the first dive, as I mentioned, wasn't exactly ...
... instead, just going up, taking in the vista for a little bit, and coming right back down, so that we'd only have to wait about 4 hours instead of 7. Others told us it would be easy to go into town (about 2 km. away) and hitch a ride with a tour bus heading back to the coast. Alas, a miracle happened. ;-) Two Canadian-Brit architects living in London were returning to Dahab in their rental car, and they had space for us. TT was extremely happy, as she was tired and hungry and ...
... br> With everyone finally seated we moved out, proceeding as a desert caravan along the coastal highway to our snorkel spot thirty minutes to our north. From the back of an open aired Jeep with the sun radiating overhead, I saw Dahab from a clearer perspective. This narrow flat plain on the western shores of the Gulf of Aqaba contrasts itself in many ways. It has a distinct laid back vibe, yet it is adventurous and extreme. It is full of ...