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... and dessert and 20% off and no tax!! Haha so funny!! Tuesday - today I chilled out by the pool and Adam went scuba diving!! It was so nice to relax and have some free time! At about 2pm I walked into town to the super market and Adam and Cam were there! Perfect timing! So we all grabbed some late lunch where Adam got a maggoty oj but the food was great! We then hung around town until we met up with everyone for dinner at the Asian restaurant! It was soooo delicious!! I ...
... when I was young and do this scuba diving without realizing its unique. It's a lot harder to do this freediving though and I'm not good at it, but apparently being able to do it even sometimes is a big deal. What a strange "gift" to have. Part of me is tempted to copy what other freedivers do: move to dahab and set a new national record. I'm assuming it's a lot easier to set one for Singapore than it is for other countries. I played poker with some freediving instructors my ...
... sorting out all my other money issues when I get back home. I also got an Egyptian sim! If you want the number it's +201015984493, though remember it costs! The best ways to get hold of me are still emails and Skype. Now we're back at the hotel waiting to go out for dinner, and about to watch the last instalment of our transformers marathon. Love these films!! And only 3 days until Sam gets here! I will take an early morning taxi to Sharm and lounge in the western comforts ...
... flight from Hurghada goes on record as the shortest flight ever. It clocked under 15 minutes - a quick ascent and descent with the option of a fruit drink of choice (me of course opting for the tasty and known mango, adventurous Dan opted for the brave but revolting guava). We arrived in Sharm El Sheik airport and greeted by our taxi man ( a whole mini van to ourselves curtains drawn as if we were some kind of contraband he was smuggling). What made it somewhat ...
... and even I had to admit that half the items looked a bit strange. As well as a whole pack of diving gear he had four camera bodies with him. Luckily he seemed like a pretty relaxed guy and kept a chilled smile on his face through the whole thing. I made it through security first but decided to wait for Clare and Marcelo as I figured we were all heading to the same place and could share a taxi.
We queued at a dedicated taxi zone and checked the times. It looked like ...