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Down to breakfast by 9.20am today and only part of crew to make it. Everyone else is clearly tired from yesterday and have opted to miss breakfast. Back up to our room and we turn on the TV to try and catch some news from BBC, and do some diary and blog writing. Down to the pool for another ...
... with so much happening, but enjoyed the experience. Around 2pm back to the comfort of the Hotel and a cool off in the pool for the afternoon with the odd beer. At dinner time we all went for a walk trying to find a restaurant we wanted to go to, but in the end when we arrived almost back at the Hotel decided to give that idea up. Grant and I had dinner out by the pool, and Lyndon, Leigh and family went out for pizza. Another interesting day with lots of talking ...
... his guide fee. They start so young...
We walked our way through the square and saw that it was now populated with dancers, food vendors, and snake charmers. It was approaching time for our Hammam, so we followed the streets back to the hotel.
Still reeling from the Souk experience, the serenity of the spa was starkly different. We welcomed the gentle sounds of harps and flowing fountains and allowed our minds to calm.
A woman brought us ...
... not for 10 people! And I have a history of ruining wonderful hikes by dragging them out more than I should--and this has been a wonderful hike today.
And so... Finish my Superhike? Mission Unaccomplished. Prove that I can lead a group of people on a hike and everybody stays safe and has a good time? Mission Accomplished.
And quite frankly, right now, this Mission feels so much more important. It's not just about me and my little Superhike ...
... looked like the last 50 other sand dunes we had just passed. Eventually we made it to our destination a lush green oasis with palm trees and grass in the middle of a dry arid desert where the most amazing lunch of skewers and salad had been prepared. I spent my afternoon under the shade of a palm sunbathing before getting back on Bradley and riding off into the sunset.
The other thing I learnt about camels is that they hurt, a lot. As I write this I am listening to 7 ...