Le Meridien Dahab Resort
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Then we were at the top and for about 5 minutes, our group of 7 were the only ones. It was truly amazing. There was a small church that is only open once a year, Christmas Day. It was starting to get light and the shapes of the surrounding mountains were starting to become visible. Suddenly there were many, many people joining us at the top of the mountain - like about 300 or so. Many ...
... fantastic I hope this proves as good though I don't have the same guide or buddy. One part of the dive you descend head first down a chute for 25m. It only takes 45 seconds but it is absolutely amazing. Then coming back into the blue hole is like entering another ocean, though in this ocean free divers descend 10-50m down long ropes, giving cocky waves to the divers they pass, both wondering why the other is doing what they're doing. And soon I'll ...
... a camel ride at sunset. I now know why boys don't ride young camels. The saddle is too small because hump is too small. The lads were not happy with the punishment received. We had a swim at a place called Laguna but Al declined. She also declined the camel ride back and opted for the jeep. The jeep driver had to stop once on the way back for Al to have a vomit by ...
... I want to just keep going because we can already see the tiniest glimpses of dawn. Up the final 750 steps and the top of the mountain is covered with tour groups of Russians who have no concept of fair play. I push my way into a gap between two couples and glare at them. Luckily its still dark so they don't see. As the light breaches the horizon I notice that I have positioned myself on a ledge with a sheer drop of 500m straight down the cliff face, but having got that ...
... van, comfortable, curtained, airconditioned etc…probably the nicest thing we came across in Egypt!! Our first experience was paying border tax. Sim had no Egyptian money so the taxi driver took him to an ATM, but to ensure we would come back and pay he kept one of the passports which made me a bit nervous. When we came back they were all sitting around having a smoke and eventually one of them walked into the office and processed the payment and gave us the passport ...