Travel Blogs from Marsa Alam
... women filing out.lol. We were all tired and relieved to reach the dive boat. It isa beautiful boat with a number of lounging areas and sun decks. Rooms are quite functional and all in all it is a pretty great place to spend a week. The Egyptian wines included with dinner is not too bad at all.
I managed to load just a few pics so you can check them out using the same link as before. The boat has been pretty ...
5:30 sun rise. 6am yoga. 10:30 boat ropes, very relaxing pulling down 5-10 breathing perfected, finning down no good. Lunch. 2pm dive, relax in shallows with 5-10, breath = buoyancy, 8m rope, warm ups pulling down, sled fun, but hurt my ears, practice finning down, saw lion fish, puffa fish, blue spotted ray, camo cod. Ice cream. Dinner. Drinks at office, vodka, tequilla, haka, ...
Race to Gatwick at 6:30 in the morning, run for bus, run for train. Flight assistant calls supervisor 'i've you two nz passports here', not quite sure what to do with them. 5 hour flight. Step out of plane to wave of heat. Pile onto bus to take us 50m off tarmac. Visa ...
... again even though it was a sea day.
Debbies lecture this morning was on Civitavecchia (Rome). There is so much history there.
Time for a cuppa & then off to Choir Practise.
Oh how I am enjoying Choir.
It is a ton of fun and we are enjoying the songs.
We sang for over an hour & missed lunch as there was another lecture on Naples.
We have booked tours at both ...
... a breath, but just knowing she was in the water nearby was amazing.
We made our way over to the sea grass and it didn't take too long until we found her, munching away on the bottom.
She was totally unphased by our presence and pretty much ignored us as we watched her moving slowly along the seabed.
After a few minutes, she headed back to the surface and again we looked for her before coming across her a short distance away.
There was a remora on ...