January 25, 2003

Rescue Certification

I have just finished today my MFA (Medic First Aid) and completed the PADI Rescue Diving Certification so I'm now officially qualified as Rescue Diver.
I'm quite happy that it is finished as it was starting to really get a little bit on my nerves and was not really enjoyable.

I wanted to originally go toward DiveMaster Certification but I'm putting that at the bottom of the pile. My goal is not to work in a dive shop while all other people here do and the atmosphere is somewhat special considering that they of course all intend to work on this dive shop... Did I mention friction ? Anyway.
Maher has been completely sick these last couples of days and is recovering. As he should leave around January 30, we will maybe do a dive trip to Ras Abu Galum together if he feels good.

I was thinking myself about also trying to dive the Thistleghorm (a wreck away from Sharm Al Sheikh) but I will see how it goes here.

I still do not have any picture. The infrastructure here at Dahab is not very nice on the internet field. There are loads of so-called cybercafe in Dahab but they do have in common to share a crappy dial-up connection with a network ranging from 4 to 10 clients.

 
Posted by stephane at January 25, 2003 03:28 PM
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bien joue,le dive master n'est d'aucune utilite pour le touriste moyen,profite p-lutot de tes plongees,l'epave est effectivement interessante,le cote place de la concorde est a vivre une fois
a+

Posted by: jano on January 25, 2003 03:43 PM

Well done man !
Nice to approach women isn't it ?
I never heard about any David Hasslhoff in the Apache
team
Beware to arabic laws , they are very strict &
remember Midnight Express !!!

Jerome

Posted by: jerome on January 28, 2003 06:13 PM

Don't worry about arabic laws in Egypt.
Actually quite a few women come in Egypt to get layed by young egyptian men.

Posted by: stephane on January 28, 2003 10:22 PM