Sea Beach Resort & Aqua Park
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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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 ...
... and resultant colours were amazing. Turns out Sam is coming on the 25th not the 1st, and that's only 2 weeks away! It's going to be so good to see a member of the fam, and to have a good chilled out time as well, I'm really looking forward to it! But yes Cairo tomorrow! Something to look forward to and to power on for the rest of the week, as well as reading, which I'm doing a worrying amount... Plan ...
... on board and heading to the next spot, another reef closer to Tirane Island. I was quite relaxed chilling on the boat and felt no need to snorkel so Megs and I held ship while the others went off. Apparently it was not as good as the first one so we didn't miss out on anything.
It was past lunchtime, and we were dangerously now accustomed to too much food whenever we wanted. After not to long they served lunch on board. It wasn't the ...
... I guess it's always amusing watching the three of them pile up (often on top of us) at the back of the pick up every time the driver slows down to go over a speed bump/pothole.
So, about 30 minutes later and we were climbing out at the other end - and off we went. We walked up to the entry to the Bells and tried to find the path (neither of us had walked this way before).
We decided climbing up the ridge in front of us seemed as good a place as any to start, and ...
... desert. It is more expensive than the other tourista camps in town, but I hope that is more authentic and I hope it supports more of the people that this land belongs too. Well see how things go.
Alan is asleep beside me kicking his leg as a dog does when dreaming of chasing a rabbit. I hope he catches whatever it is he’s running after. Time for lights off and sleep in this lovely little town.
November 13, 2011