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... recipe!!!! After our farewells we boarded vans to take us to Nuweiba Port for our Ferry ride to Jordan. Mayer is such a schmoozer. He schmoozed and talked us straight through all the checkpoints. We walked through the terminal which was filled with men from all walks of life. They openly stared at us as we walked past them all as they waited. We felt a bit bad that we got to go straight through but it would have been far worse sitting in the terminal with 500 or 600 men (all ...
... 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 ...
... they have no in patients. I said that the locals must be very healthy; now I suspect they are all killed off. The doctor, slight and white haired, aged 101, walking with aid of a stick, and with exceedingly poor eyesight told me I had no fractures. When I said, a trifle snappily, that seven doctors in Cairo and one in London would disagree with him; and I pointed out the fractures on the old xrays, he changed his mind, but by then my faith in him had hit the floor. I ...
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Nuweiba Taba Road, Nuweiba | Campground$10 average