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Not for a long time have I written an entry in the morning! I am so tired. Got up at half 7 my time to get to the centre for half 8 to help with a family of 5 and their open water course. The Theobolds have decided to take a family holiday in half term to Egypt and have also decided they would like to become certified divers in that week. Which is fine actually, I have no problem with that, but please don't be exactly like the name Theobold suggests... Or maybe I'm too judgmental, I ...
Completed my Emergency First Response course today! This means I can potentially save a life if the situation happens and I can start my Rescue course when I want. It was quite boring but rewarding, and the fake scenarios I had to act out I'm ashamed to say we're just plain funny! Tomorrow I'm just fun diving which will be nice, may be going to a dive site called the islands which is meant to be beautiful. Though will is leaving ...
... At each checkpoint we came to there were about 20 guys sitting around either smoking or sleeping or looking bored to death. And always one sitting at an official table I think writing number plates down but half the time this guy was asleep anyway!
So all was going fairly well at this stage. Until we got to the hotel…..down a little dirt alleyway, next to some half built edifices. 5 men came out to greet us with varying degrees of English, 'welcome’ being a ...
... if you cannot sleep? Dahab is a little holiday village off the coast of the Sinai Peninsula and borders the Red Sea. It's sort of like Koh Tao with the activities it has to offer but no where near as fun. It is clearly not their busy season or, as I've experienced in other parts of Egypt, people have been turned away by Egypt's many political problems. It's unsurprising considering the Australian Government just sent me a travel advice ...
... ragging around the desert and visited a (fake) bedouin for tea along the way (obviously this wasnt free as nothing is in Egypt!) but getting some speed up across the desert was awesome! Back to Dahab for some food along the sea front then early to bed ready for my day rock climbing tomorrow. Fortunately I do have a couple of photos as the german guy was kind enough to send them to me.