VClub Valtur Tiran Beach
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- Swimming pool
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... and back to dahab. It is good to be back, though can't say I've missed the work, part of which today was to throw 12.5ltr aluminium tanks from the boat to the jetty where Matt caught them! That bit was actually quite fun, but tomorrow more writing and theory yaaaaaay. The political situation here is tense. I mean in Egypt, not in Sinai where I am. In Sinai it is very ...
Its not commercial, over run, too busy its just the right number of people and room for all.
Rooms at Sheikh Salem House
The rooms are clean and they do a great job at cleaning the room. It is probably time to change the mattress as those with back problems will not have a restful sleep.
When I last stayed there there were cups, spoons in the rooms but they aren't there. I asked for one with no problem of course. ...
... br> We caught Boudy relatively easily but Bella refused to behave and Ruben eventually caught her up near the restaurants at the Blue Hole.
Our taxi driver arrived shortly after we got back and we headed home. The dogs were a pretty big contrast to the morning - all of them sat and were relatively still for the entire journey. Needless to say, the slept well that night and barely stirred all day on Monday either!
I was ready to have a bit of a sleep when we ...
... off-road driver or just insane. Either way we went into the desert at a bone jarring speed. Our guide and driver had seats but we had a (sideways) bench seat so Kat and I and the other British couple were just bouncing around in the back as we hit every rock and hole in the desert. We drove up narrow valleys- these valleys flood in the rainy season and we passed several large rock dams built to reduce the risk of flash flooding in Dahab. We saw lots of hose pipe on the ...
... of what I could do better next time. Here’s my list.
1. Stay near edge of coral – sure, it’s shallow there, in some places less than three feet deep. Swim at a safe distance near the edge, then go further out tracing the coral boundary to see some amazing sights.
2. Bring your own mask and tube, maybe fins too
3. Bring a decent underwater camera.
4. Wear a vest to ...