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... coming home! It turns out the pregnant cat we'd been taking care of has given birth to 5 kittens. Two days ago she transported them one by one secretly into our room, to which we responded by building a kitty house outside on the balcony. She is living happily, though one of the kittens is now probably back in her stomach... We even feed her! Greedy *****. The brutal world of Dahab. Wouldn't get Attenborough reporting on that ...
Yes I know its only lunchtime, but I'm in an insanely good mood today.
Just did a full skills circuit, my first for the DM course, and got well over the pass mark first time! I'll redo a couple of the skills just for peace of mind and practice, but they are done! The skills are one of the biggest parts of the course, and they ...
Just to clarify, I'm not driving back on my own from Cairo to dahab, that'd be crazy and insane. My fault for wording it like that though! The diver who's leaving has got a car to take her with a driver and I'm just tagging along. Such an early morning get up though! If the Internet still isn't working at the hotel, and there isn't any in Cairo I won't be able to blog or email till Sunday! Bit worrying ...
... baby clown fish, nemo, that was only a few centimetres trying to hide it the anemone; very cute.
Yesterday, Al, Wendy, Steve and I did a camel dive safari. We drove to the edge of the city where a Bedoin met us with the camels. All our dive gear and lunch provisions were loaded onto the camels and then we mounted our camels and rode for about 1.5 hours to our destination. I named my camel Alice as I promised my ...
... mattresses for you on the roof”. We nodded our agreement. To me that sounded a bit exciting and fun. How many times do you get to sleep on the roof of a hostel?
After we passed the man over a few coins for the bed we followed him up four or five flights of stairs and onto the roof. We began to climb over many beds and bags lining the rooftop. Apparently we wouldn’t be the only people camping on the roof tonight. I dubiously looked around because I ...