Jasmine Hotel & Restaurant
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... and Christine also improved her time underwater (although she did miss an 'I’ in her name at 40m).
One of our most relaxing dives was our first night dive, where we were lucky enough to see octopus, cuttlefish, a squid shooting ink, and Spanish dancers. We both thoroughly enjoyed our two weeks of diving, and relaxing under the sea and cannot wait until we are able to return someday!!
Denny and Christine
... from the top there are 750 very ancient steps. After the peaceful camel ride, I quickly found myself on one of the most strenuous climbs I had ever done. It was cold and the steps were steep, uneven and sandy. I was surprised that there were not more accidents. You could never offer this attraction in North America, I was glad to do it, but it was undoubtably the hardest kilometre I have ever done. We ...
... they assume he needs/wants a shave
... went on a fun dive with the newly resuscitate buddy Jack. Things I saw on the fun dive: - 2 different kinds of moray eel, both small. - a stonefish. - a jellyfish. - a huge green turtle. - a dead cat. The first time seeing the recently drowned dead cat was sad, but then one of jacks kicks put it on all fours instead of lying down and I couldn't help but laugh. I'm sorry world! And Alice. Tomorrow I'm diving canyon and blue hole as I did yesterday. ...
... town only runs twice a week so trying to work around that also added to my stress levels.
Our Bedouin bus driver picks us up at 11pm to drive us into the Sinai desert and we arrive at the foot of the mountain at 1am. We are all exhausted but ready for the challenge. The walk is long but steady, only a mild gradient and with torches nothing too onerous. We stop every so often for a break and we turn off our torches and let our eyes adjust to the ...