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  1. Crowley's Blog - Thoughts on the Future of Sharm Part II

    by , December 10th, 2011 at 05:50 AM
    Back in July I posted about the ongoing political situation in Egypt and how it might affect the dive industry here in Sharm. Now the parliamentary elections are underway, the thread has been resurrected in the Red Sea forum and this is a re-write of my response with my thoughts on the current situation.

    A bit of background: back in January a massive - and bloody - popular uprising throughout Egypt resulted in the ousting of former president Hosni Mubarak who ceded power to the military ...
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  2. Crowley's Blog - The Business of Diving

    by , February 13th, 2012 at 11:46 AM
    Something that rears is ugly head on an almost daily basis in the dive world - both on these forums and in real life, is the assumption that because people actually have to pay to go diving, every dive centre, instructor or LDS is out to fleece the customer for as much of their hard-earned cash as is possible.

    One of the most stomach-churningly wince-inducingly nauseating things we hear, with alarming regularity, is "let's talk about a good price" or "I want to come ...

    Updated February 13th, 2012 at 05:32 PM by Crowley

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  3. Contact Euro-Divers

    by , February 20th, 2012 at 01:46 AM
    Some divers have had problems contacting the dive centre of their choice at Euro-Divers. It seems that there are many dive centres in several regions. So in order to help divers plan their scuba diving holidays with us and answer their questions, there is now a new "contact" page on the website, listing all the dive centres.
  4. Crowley's Blog - Glass-Bottomed Boats, You Make the Diving World Go Down!

    by , March 22nd, 2012 at 12:43 PM
    Title to be sung to the tune of "Fat Bottomed Girls" by Queen. Thank you Freddie Mercury, although I think radio stations might not be allowed to play it these days in case it discriminates against people with pert bottoms, or some such nonsense.

    So I am just a teensy-weensy bit wound up tonight, because today, a glass-bottomed boat made a concerted effort to decapitate some of my divers, and later almost removed one of my fingers and and then tried to give me an ultra-close ...

    Updated March 22nd, 2012 at 01:50 PM by Crowley

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  5. Crowley's Blog - The Future of Sharm III - A Tragic Situational Comedy of Errors

    by , April 22nd, 2012 at 10:58 AM
    Na'ama Bay, the centre of Sharm El Sheikh has, over the years, often been dubbed "Drama Bay", especially by long term residents of the area, but as I continue to eke out my existence here, I'm beginning to feel like I really am living in the middle of some farcical sitcom, rather than a soap opera.

    First there were shark attacks, travel problems due to frozen airports and very much unfrozen volcanoes, then a random earthquake followed by a popular uprising, bloody riots at ...
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