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... that Alice gave me. Me and will went on a dive to mashraba reef, and I used up all the photos in one dive. Some of them will be quite interesting I think, the rest maybe not so interesting. I swear I didn't take 27 photos, but I remember each time you turned the thing to load up the next photo too far, it clicked... So there will probably be lots of photos of the ocean in general and bubbles and me looking confused... But plenty of some nemo's (clownfish) I saw and me! ...
... on that dive and I still enjoyed it - even when I was sitting in a hoodie wearing arm warmers and holding a cup of coffee after we got out in a desperate attempt to get the feeling back in my fingers!
My second dive was much better though - it wasn't any warmer and you couldn't see any further but within 5 minutes we'd found a Spanish Dancer (an awesome, large red nudibranch for anyone who doesn't know). A ...
... 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 ...
... and watched our driver go racing off in the truck, getting stuck trying to go up an almost vertical sand dune, and racing off again into the distance before coming back for us Dukes of Hazard style over the sand dunes. We then had to tidy everything up in the back of the truck that had gone everywhere- bags, blankets, food from lunch etc. We headed back and it was getting dark – but we headed back at the same speed as we came in on flying through the desert back to Dahab.
... a mega-tourist destination in Dahab, with its accompanying overdose of commercialism and crowds like Atlantic City, Hilton Head or Waikiki beach. Was I wrong! Dahab is an under developed work in progress, still a sleepy sprawled out hamlet. Here and there, spots of new construction are seen, but since today is Friday the typical day off in Egypt, most construction sites have no workers. No heavy equipment or construction materials lay ...