Faraana Heights Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... pinnacles and coral, very easy to get lost in! The entry was a bit hairy, over rocks and soft coral. I got spiked by something and thought I was going to be subject to searing pain, but thankfully I wasn't. The day before today was similarly calm. I dived the lighthouse reef and was lucky enough to see another turtle! Will got up at 2pm yesterday, disgraceful. Then the new guy Matt arrived! It's nice to know I'm not ...
... water was cold (for here - 21 degrees) - I can hear all my UK diving buddies laughing at that and calling the temperature positively tropical, but I can assure you that diving for an hour or so in a 5mm wetsuit is not warm! And the visibility was only around 5m thanks to a plankton/algae bloom. I would describe it like diving in the UK, but with a greater number of pretty fish!
But I didn't care. We saw nothing ...
... br> We caught Boudy relatively easily but Bella refused to behave and Ruben eventually caught her up near the restaurants at the Blue Hole.
Our taxi driver arrived shortly after we got back and we headed home. The dogs were a pretty big contrast to the morning - all of them sat and were relatively still for the entire journey. Needless to say, the slept well that night and barely stirred all day on Monday either!
I was ready to have a bit of a sleep when we ...
... off-road driver or just insane. Either way we went into the desert at a bone jarring speed. Our guide and driver had seats but we had a (sideways) bench seat so Kat and I and the other British couple were just bouncing around in the back as we hit every rock and hole in the desert. We drove up narrow valleys- these valleys flood in the rainy season and we passed several large rock dams built to reduce the risk of flash flooding in Dahab. We saw lots of hose pipe on the ...
... desolate and unfulfilled. To our east a vast body of water extends to the north and south, its salty waters unable to quench this thirsty, desert landscape. We pass a modest seaside resort, greeting us with the words “LAUGH” and “LOVE” written with small white rocks, amongst a well watered green lawn, a welcoming gesture to fellow English speaking tourists.
Being the gateway to a world famous dive site, I expected ...