Travel Blogs from Dahab
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Ifyou want to Wind surf or kite surf 9 months of the year are good for surfingand you can always find very cheap courses if you want to learn. The mostfamous place for surfing is the lagoon which has a scenery that I was trapped infront of it for about 5 hours . the mountain and the sea together are fabulous
Anotherplace you can visit is Ras Abou Ghaloum which is a ...
Well I'm back in dahab. I've had a nice welcome back. A great meal with Matt and will, a good sleep, and then an early morning get up to boat dive to Gabr-El-Bint. The day was a good one. Nice sun, though a bit windy, and mostly calm water. The diving was also good, seeing the head of a giant moray! I've only ever seen the body as it slithered through coral. Will told me they ...
... and I can't wait! Dogs and cats are everywhere, as are small shops, everyone smokes and tries to sell you stuff, taxi drivers are crazy and pull up next to you, shouting 'TAXI?!' at you! I'm sure I'll get used to it all. The place is rugged but beautiful, and the sun is lovely. It's nice to be in the true Egypt, and to experience something completely new, I just didn't realise it'd be this new! More updates to ...
... Today will be a day of relaxing in the sun and seeing if I can beat this cold. Steve may have to dive tomorrow without me.
Tonight we have arranged for some Bedoins to cooks us a traditional dinner sitting around their fire. It will surely be followed by their bedoin tea which is really wonderful.
Time to go in search of breakfast.
Have loaded a few pics but will load more today.
Sandra and Steve
... sparkly and western with a slight eastern twist to it. We've never really seen anything of real Egyptian life.
Dahab is a very different place. Thirty years ago it was a bedouin fishing village. Today it is more developed but not very much so. It is a town where tourists, backpackers and locals are living side by side, along with a lot of goats, camels and rubbish.