Egypt and the Red Sea…

What a wonderful place we are staying in Egypt. The food is fantastic, the accommodations are perfect for Sveta and I and the water is crystal clear. So clear that depth is an illusion and it is therefore much deeper than it looks. Fish are in abundance, so much so, that I can not remember when I have seen so many varieties of sea life…

Sveta is getting ready to go swimming again and I decided to stay in the room. I have to be careful and I have already over done it. But oh man, I want to go jump in the Red Sea like a teenager and swim with the fishes. The fish of all colors and types just jump out of the water constantly and show their beautiful sparkling scales as if to say, “Look at me, I am the prettiest!”

I think that I am going to have to purchase a snorkeling outfit.  I have always wanted to do that in perfect water, but never had water clear long enough to snorkel for fun. Snorkeling is second only to swimming here and I want to try. I will let everyone know if I do. I have scuba dived and used a snorkel in my past, but never snorkeled in crystal clear water like this is here… (Don’t count pool water!)

I will try to upload some images, but the internet is pathetic at best. I will see how it works out later. The image above is one of what I had in a library I keep of images. Though we are seeing a lot of those fish in the image…

When I settle better I will write a better article, but I will say this, “Egypt at the border crossing is a pathetic mess, but once settled in, it became a beautiful place to be!”

Have a nice day for we sure are…

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