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Dahab. My home. Well, not really my home (I'm from Germany), but I have been coming to Dahab for more than 10 years and it has become my second home. I love the diving here and the surrounding desert. There is a great mix of activities and many places to chill out. But what I like most are the people, their kindness and calmness, their way of living. I have been to many places in Egypt, but Dahab has its own lifestyle. When I arrive here, I unwind and settle into a whole different way of living.
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