Le Meridien Dahab Resort
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... ooh aaye a greaaat gaaame... SPASIBA'. Priceless. Luckily their English wasn't good enough to pick up the sarcasm, otherwise the woman might have beaten us up... She was bigger than the guy, not fat, I mean muscle. Some stereotypes aren't true, some are, and some aren't true enough. After much cursing and hushed conversations between Podolchka and Borotovski (assumed names) they came back and said, 'Doubles?' Time to fight for my country. I stepped ...
... well! I like him and we get on so it's good. We started with a lot of theory work, which we then get into the water to act out. Most courses go like this. First was assisting tired or panicked divers on the surface. Identifying them in a state of danger, approaching and assisting them in or getting them to shore. Then we moved on to other smaller bits including different methods of towing a victim and identifying problems with a diver and signalling them to rectify it ...
... hours which was boring, when we arrived into Dahab we had to take an alternate route to the hotel since the road we were to take had been totally destroyed by a flood and this added an extra hour. So by the time we got to the hotel we went out for a quick dinner then back again for an early night since everybody was buggered.
Day 200: Today we had a free day so we spent most of the afternoon by the pool and had a swim every now and then, we ...
After the initial dive and exertion we crawled out of the water and hit the cushions for something to eat and drink and some chill time. Once refreshed, it was a short stroll to the point and a drift back with the current, watching the fish and the sea floor change as we went. It was truly magical and I could hardly get out of the water. I was mesmerised and lost all track of time.
We were tired and sated and dreamy as we ...
... anyway, let alone with not much sleep for 2 nights and no food! I have now done Sinai twice in my life and don’t plan to do it again!! It is an amazing place though.
Jordy and I rode a camel most of the way up which was quite an experience, especially when they go down hill! But we really enjoyed it and felt quite the safari ladies up high on our trusty desert ships. I had forgotten my hat so we bought a shawl from the camel men for me to wear so I was feeling ...