Elegant Zouara Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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Well I'm back in dahab. I've had a nice welcome back. A great meal with Matt and will, a good sleep, and then an early morning get up to boat dive to Gabr-El-Bint. The day was a good one. Nice sun, though a bit windy, and mostly calm water. The diving was also good, seeing the head of a giant moray! I've only ever seen the body as it slithered through coral. Will told me they ...
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 ...
... enough yet far enough from everything.
Souk El Gomma ( which is Friday market) at Sheikh Salem House
Visitors, locals, people passing by come to see what there is to buy. There are lots of different foods and goodies. I tasted tested the Wara Eineb and there was a winner. There was Russian, Sushi, health foods, breads. Hmmmm
Nicole was selling racks of clothes for everyone and every style.
... find to head on home, with the walk back taking less time than the walk out, largely because we weren't stopping as often. By this point, the dogs had given up on running on ahead and were staying pretty close - especially Marmaduke who really struggled towards the end, it's good for him though, he really needs to build his strength up.
Walking back in the shade of the mountains was lovely and seeing some of the same spots from earlier on with different light was really ...
... wedged between me and the rock face. No more big drops or squeezing through tiny cracks- after this just a nice walk out back to the truck.
I find Kat sitting in the shade of a camel having a cup of bedoiun tea (tea and sage- surprisingly good). Kat is indignant. Apparently, another tour group went into the canyon behind us but this group consisted of children and an old guy with a walking stick. But their group had ropes with knots in them. If we had had ropes ...