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A bit of an obvious title, but what would you call it...? Sitting at the centre for the last time writing my last entry. The last 24 hours have been eventful! On my last dive yesterday afternoon I saw 6 nude-branch, 1 blue-spotted ray, 1 torpedo ray, 1 snake eel, and 1 pipehorse (look that one up - weird!). Such an amazing last dive, when I thought it'd be average. Then last night I went to dinner with a load of people from around Dahab, all English ...
... hotel until he gets there, if they exist that is. If they don't its ok, anyone who's stayed in the seahorse begins to value the more basic things in life (water, a bed, a roof, a lack of fleas, good sanitation, a lack of supermosquito mosquitos). I may even shave! Shock horror. My beard is starting to become quite substantial... As is my normal hair! I am not getting a haircut out here, I will not subject my hair to the crazy Egyptian methods! So when I get back it's going to ...
... which lets me dive SS Thistlegorm.
The Blue Hole was crazy, both times i went we entered at Bells which is like a giant slippery slide which shoots out at 25m. You stop, look around and all you see is a giant wall which spans from the surface to as far down as you can see (it’s actually a 300m drop). You then swim along the wall until you drop over a ...
... were lots of young children on board, so every time we saw a fish, we heard a chorus of ooh-ing and awe-ing.
The second hour was spent taking in the incredible vista of blue sky, sea and mountains while sunning ourselves on top of the boat. It was a thoroughly enjoyable trip.
We took another walk on the corniche. Not so late this time ...
... U” shaped seating areas, each furnished with two low wooden tables with white plastic ash trays. A wooly red carpet covers the hard dirt packed floor. Sitting on these cushions reminds me of sitting in a buggy, excitedly foreign, adequate and peaceful, but not exactly hygienic, with an ever so slight odor of lingering camels. But there was no time for rest for I needed to grab my rental gear for the best snorkeling opportunity of my life, so far. ...