VClub Valtur Tiran Beach
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
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... I started my DM course today! It's all going so fast! Though this course is a lot more significant than the others and should take around 4 weeks. There are skills, assistance and teaching sections, not to mention a ton of theory. It will be a taxing challenge but once I've finished it I'm sure it'll be worth it. Will is starting the next instructor level in mid February, can't say I'm jealous! I also got a ton of materials to go with the course. Bit worried I'm going to be ...
... on and I found a lovely reef octopus who was obligingly sitting on a coral head, so we spent a while watching him. I found a couple more nudibranchs and a rather large scorpionfish, so all in all, I was happy.
Despite the chilly water temperature and bad visibility, I went in the following day as well, with a friend (Kimberley) who works at a dive centre over the road from me. We had a lovely dive at the ...
... and hadn't wanted to come on the trip in the first place.
For New Year's Eve, we decided to buy some nice Egyptian wine for a midnight toast at our hotel, and have dinner out at the Funny Mummy. Fresh fish at a Bedouin restaurant. Very nice. Everything was delish. But the sheesha smoke gave the Ivan and me headaches, and we fell asleep in our room. We awoke to ring in the New Year when we heard the fireworks and cheers. "Happy New Year, Hon!" as TT slept through the noise.
From Luxor we caught an 18 hour overnight bus, which was terrible. Too much air-con. Blasting arabic music. Talking locals. Too many stops. Just bad. But we arrived to a taste of paradise in Dahab on the Red Sea. Our hotel is so pretty and it was great to just relax and do nothing. AND the weather finally is decent - only 30-some degrees! its amazing. Apparently all last week Egypt ...
... I'm inclined to think these sites are abandoned, the workers long gone not to return for some time. Possibly they work here and there, as the money comes and goes.
A little further down the road, the jeep in front of us slows down and pulls over beside the road. Our inquisitive driver stops too, jumps out and walks over to offer any assistance. The two drivers briefly chat in Arabic. I don’t notice any smoke or a flat tire. I ...