This week we look at Dahab, Egypt in our Outside my Front Door series of posts by fellow travel bloggers.
Outside my Front Door is a series of posts by fellow travel bloggers who share what is … outside of their own front door
Justin Carmack is a nomad who has been bumming around the world for the last 4 years, always in search for good times and complete freedom. For the last year and a half he started writing about his adventures all over the globe on his blog called True Nomads. He has no plans on stopping his travels and setting some roots, and in fact, doesn’t like a PLAN at all.
What’s outside my front door?
Well I am a permanent nomad, and at the moment my front door is stationed in Dahab, Egypt, and has been for a good 8 months. I usually do not stay in a single place this long, but Dahab is the kind of place that makes it really hard to leave.
Dahab is one of those very laid back and chill places that makes life very easy and relaxing. While the rest of Egypt is very hot and dusty, Dahab is situated right along the Red Sea and the water is never more than a minute away. I love it here, and I’ve been here so long that I’ve even written a Dahab travel guide, hoping other people will be inspired to come join me!
On a typical day, if I’m not diving, I can be found at one of they shady beach-side restaurants having a lemon juice and smoking a shisha.
Everywhere I go in town, I am always steps from the shore, enjoying beautiful sites like these.
Some days though, I throw some tanks in a truck and head down the coast to some dive sites, like The Canyon.
Or the Blue Hole
And this is some of what I see there..
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This week we looked at Dahab, Egypt in our Outside my Front Door series of posts by fellow travel bloggers.
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