This entry is part 3 of 3 in the series Red Sea Instructors 2015

And now it is FWC Cambridge and London North West Instructor, Karim Daoud’s turn to tell you what it was like for him….

“Five and a half hours!  An instructor is not meant to sit for five and a half hours. It should be made law that any flight that is over two hours should come with a good Kung Fu film! Read More

This entry is part 2 of 3 in the series Red Sea Instructors 2015

So now it’s the turn of FWC City & Islington Instructor, Dave Courtney Jones to tell his story.  Here goes: “Egypt. Home of the pyramids, the pharaohs, biblical tales, crocodiles, sun, sea and lots and lots of sand.

In recent years it has also become the home of our instructor training camps, escaping to the heat, the five star location, space away from normal life to have a week to just concentrate on training and refocus on strategy. Read More

Barbecue today. So change of plan and morning training in the arboretum surrounded by the mini-beasts. It’s also Saturday and the beach will be packed. More grappling with brain engaged  (hopefully).

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Someone said they had yoga for breakfast, but I think I must have mis-heard. The sea is pretty exciting again today, with big waves rolling in to shore. A breakthrough conversation today with the Leader of the Elders, always dapper in straw trilby (even in the sea). Read More

Big waves on the beach today. Small gathering of Elders – there was Parliamentary vote last night on the economic proposals. Pharmacists back at work, but the banks are still closed. Life seems fairly normal but this can only really be an illusion.
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Day dawns, yoghurt is white and smooth and delicious and honey is sweet. Have been working on creativity and so did the old exercise of “make your own tools”. So ate my yoghurt and honey with a spoon made from a crust of bread. I don’t think it will take the art world by storm but it was fun and tasty. Read More

02.30 wake up call. It’s not like I’ve volunteered for the SAS or anything but if you want to catch Ryanair to Chania that’s what it takes. So usual mob of black tracksuits at the check-in folloed by airport breakfast. This was a good choice as no matter what size we ordered the same food came.

This entry is part 1 of 7 in the series Crete Camp 2015

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