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... at us. It was intense. When we arrived on the ferry itself there were some women (and men) already on board so unsure if women boarded first because there had not been a single woman in the terminal. We saw every type of Middle Eastern headgear imaginable on the ferry. There were Arab headscarves, turban type wraps, bits of cloth draped or tied. Even one or two who had a samurai type head band. Of course there were men with no head wear at all. We had to wait on board the ferry ...
... flow of tourism and national security forces. But inevitably in the north, where the government has little control, the nomadic inhabitants will use this strategic advantage to nudge any quibbles they might have with the government in the direction of their favour.
- And this will take the form of snatching foolish foreigners, pricey to the Egyptian government, who've strayed a little too far from the patrolled 'army roads' of the south.
... The reef was absolutely beautiful where the water was around 10 meters deep. After snorkelling all of us had a game of volleyball and as usual it was highly competitive as Nolan injured his toe. Luckily for us we had Sophie who was prepared for every situation and came to the aid of Nolan.
After a few games of volleyball and freshening up it was time for dinner. The food was nice and the setting was amazing as we sat in a long table not too far from the beach and enjoyed ...
From Dahab, I proceeded to Nuweiba, which is a bit further North. Definitely much more quiet, not as touristic, and still some nice beaches with crystal clear blue water!
I stayed a night at the soft beach camp, a very simple but friendly place with very good food!
Relaxing a day there without all the crowd of tourists of Dahab was just what I needed.
The next day, just before midday I went to the port to get a ticket for the ferry to ...
... bramble, but the only one of its kind on Sinai. In Britain its close relative is used to cover dark corners in parks. In eastern orthodoxy the unburnt bush prefigures the virgin birth. Mary gave birth without loss of virginity, as the bush remained unburnt; or so they say. Or it may be that the bush was full of static electricity; or that Moses was under the influence of a hallucinogenic drug from a plant used by the Bedouin: Peganum harmala (wild rue). It's an ...
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