El Primo Hotel Dahab
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
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... you. It'll be very strange coming back home. Back to rules and regulations, plans and more severe deadlines, known brands and adverts, working sewage systems, greenery, happiness, life... It's not that bad but you get my meaning. I've lived here for 2 months and that's enough time to create your own space, to know a place and the people and to become independent. I'm not saying I'll miss it, but the first week back ...
... FIRST TIME!
You'd have to be a diver I think to understand properly but I am very very proud.
Add to that the beautiful weather today, lack of wind (not human, weather, though that as well, not that that has ever been a problem...), and the fact I'm home in a week and a half, and its a perfect day so far... ...
... sure it'll turn out fine. I'm starting my rescue course on Monday, that should take up to two days, and then it's just fun diving until I have 40 dives and then I can start my divemaster! Going to be a bit of a challenge I think learning all of this new stuff even though I've just started diving, especially something which needs as much dedication and time as the divemaster does. We shall see! I may not ...
... I would ride a camel named Alice. Pretty sure he did not mind. 2 lovely shore dives and then a great lunch of chicken, pita, tahini, and tomato/cucumber salad made fresh for us by the Bedoins. I only did the first dive as I definitely have a cold and I couldn't manage the second one. We rode our camels back while the sun was setting so it was really a great day. I didn't think I would be able to walk today but so far ...
... a single place where the man would be able to put more mattresses but miraculously he managed it.
The three of us then decided to leave the bustle of the hostel to explore the Old City a little. It was quite mystical at night. Eerie yellow lights shone down at us from above on the walls and there were winding cobblestone alleys and low ceilings everywhere. We walked past many people although most of them seemed to be Hebrew and Jewish people. We didn’t see a lot of ...