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One of the most fancy bars in Dahab. You enter through a big dream-catcher like Alice in Wonderland.
Sit with your chair on green grass under a huge fishing-net, in mega-size stools or in a bed - enjoy the pool in summertime.

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7CrMGebIGR8 (16.10.2015 23:25):
You are not a wuss. I probably would've had a panic actatk too. When I went to Cancun my senior year of high school I was swept up in a current and I couldn't fight back. One of my friends had to come out and save me. I have been petrified of the ocean since! We were supposed to go snorkeling on that trip but I was too hungover to put my face in the water. I actually puked on the ship that took us to the island to go snorkeling. I was cool with it though. I had more fun laying on the beach! http://evyejlxils.com [url=http://zjdyug.com]zjdyug[/url] [link=http://kyjnhjxff.com]kyjnhjxff[/link]

E93RR42JYaR (15.10.2015 11:59):
I'm one of those kids - tell me as many times as you like, I can't put my face in without<a href="http://axcuobmk.com"> blknoicg</a> my nose! Just not comfortable in the water - although I like to swim and I try - despite lots of swimming lessons as a kid.My daughter on the other hand... water baby. I use swimming lessons to teach her the skills (that I clearly can't teach her!!) and some extra 'fun' swims to practice it all. (Easier to do when I only have the one, I'm sure!)

dmkTKr3gIlw (14.10.2015 10:24):
I think the key is earlier the betetr. Ours all started when they were bubs. They are all confident in the water and although certainly not olympic swimmers by any means they can do a stroke or two. Miss 3 is now using her big arms and legs, although not together. But it will come. We have a pool, so I think the more you are able to practice and play together the easier it becomes. But don't panic, it will click for them. And it is such an important thing for them too. http://lldtcpr.com [url=http://evtmzlxy.com]evtmzlxy[/url] [link=http://rtkwziyvbm.com]rtkwziyvbm[/link]

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We have spent thousands on <a href="http://pacntqx.com">swmmniig</a> lessons. Living by the coast with hubby a keen surfer he is convinced on having the girls strong swimmers. Fortunately they adore the water. I take them for their lesson during the week and he takes them for a play evey second weekend at our local (indoor) pool. I on the other hand find the lessons hard going. Getting three munckins in the pool, watching them all swim in a different group at the same time, coaxing them out after the lesson and then getting them all dressed...pfft! Hard work.Happy Weekend.xoxox

B1UrSmvol (13.10.2015 07:23):
Ahh ... the swimming lesosn debate.My kids have all had lesosns from 6mths of age until this year. Now we are doing ocean safety (as we have moved to the beach)But when we were having lesosns in a pool my kids all loved it. BUT only once they got a teacher that they loved. It meant that I spent a bit of time watching other teachers and their style until I worked out who would suit my kids best, but once I matched them up all was perfect and they learnt happily. We also had small classes (only 4 kids per class) so it made it easier for one on one time. I would keep at it but maybe change centres?? Good luck!

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