This is my 9th story in a series of personal scuba diving adventures since I got my PADI certificates. In my previous post about my scuba diving holiday in Sharm el Sheik I told you how I had to use my rescue training in practice. However that day happened more then just a rough sea, something no diver wants. We where a drift on the Red Sea and our boat didn’t see us drifting away. Here is my story…
This is my 8th story in a series of personal scuba diving adventures since I got my PADI certificates. In my last post I wrote about the best wreck dive ever in Egypt. However during this same scuba diving holiday I also got the change to use my rescue training skills during a real dive. The Red Sea was really turbulent that day with waves of around 4 to 6 meters and fierce winds.
This is my 7th story in a series of personal scuba diving adventures since I got my PADI certificates. It all begins in December 2012, I’m packing my scuba suitcase for a scuba holiday to Sharm el Sheik, Egypt, with my buddy Victor and our girlfriends. Where off for a week of sun during winter time and a wreck diving experience that none of us had expected. The SS Thistlegorm in Ras Mohammed national still stands on the number one place in my private top 10 list of most beautiful dives.
Last night our secretary of Foreign Affairs gave a ‘negative’ travel advice for the region Sharm el Sheikh and Dahab in Egypt. All Dutch people currently there are being flown back to Holland today. According to a Dutch new site (NOS.nl) where talking about a 1000 people, a shadow of the numbers visiting before 2011. […]