Sea Beach Resort & Aqua Park
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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At least that's the plan! Snorkel test Saturday evening... Oh deeear. The past few days I've been dogmatically plodding along with the course, and it's only in the past few days that my signing-off sheet has started to really full up. Then I got given a timetable by my instructor, and apparently I'm meant to be completely finished by Saturday afternoon! Who knew! I've never really thought about actually being a Divemaster though ...
Just to clarify, I'm not driving back on my own from Cairo to dahab, that'd be crazy and insane. My fault for wording it like that though! The diver who's leaving has got a car to take her with a driver and I'm just tagging along. Such an early morning get up though! If the Internet still isn't working at the hotel, and there isn't any in Cairo I won't be able to blog or email till Sunday! Bit worrying ...
... of the day to spend sightseeing en route to the border as we had planned.
We did the worlds fastest visit to Qumran! Drove in to the carpark, showed the kids the caves where the Dead Sea Scrolls were found, took some photos and drove off again!! There is a great visitors centre there but that will have to wait for another time!
It was really interesting driving South as we had not been along that road before on this trip. We could see the Dead Sea in ...
... the relative hustle and bustle of Cairo, Aswan and Luxor, it was nice to be in the same place for a few days. We have spent most of time relaxing by the pool and the beach.
Yesterday we took a trip to snorkel at the Blue Hole. It is one of the most famous diving spots in the world and didn't disappoint and we did ...
Up early for a jeep ride to the canyons. Families from the Czech Republic and Russia traveled with us. Even accompanied by a 2nd group of Polish, Spanish, and Eyptians in another jeep, no one else spoke English.
We had a Bedouin guide and driver. The driver was the grandfatherly type. TT and I got to sit in the front seat of the 4-wheel drive truck. Grandpa gave TT an occasional smile and wink. Later, he shared some dates with her. There was a a fair amount of off-road ...