Elegant Zouara Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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Haven't written in a while! That's because in truth there has been very little to write about, but after these 3 days I have accumulated enough things to document into something mildly interesting. The last two days were pretty average, though a dive to eel garden yesterday was really lovely. Crystal clear water, but a deceptively strong current. When we turned round I've never fought so hard to go forwards, it was a proper workout! I also finally used the disposable ...
... 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 ...
... t realise what was going on, so I genuinely was astonished to walk into the house and find a table full of food set up for me! All I can say is it was a good job Chillax was closed, otherwise I'd have had no room for cake!
So, I went to bed full of sugary treats and slept really well - I even managed to drag myself out of bed at 6.30 am the next morning to go for a run - at least I felt like I was working off some of the cake from the night before!
... is its eye (see picture plus imagination). Kat and I couldn’t agree if it looked like a camel (Kat: a sad, lying down camel) or dinosaur? The guide took us on a route up one side of the sand dune but I’m British damn it!!! and I’ll walk straight up this dune. Half way up and I’m flagging. Holy **** is was steep!!! My feet were just sinking into the sand and I swear the dune was getting longer. I huffed and puffed and reached the top where I ...
... 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 ...