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... Red Sea’s edge are also falling apart and we wonder what ours will look like. But pulling into “Sawa” (meaning “together”) and walking through an open breezy bamboo thatched restaurant filled with floor cushions and tables facing the gorgeous coast...everyone is happy. Our huts are also made out of a thatched bamboo material with rugs on the ground and nothing more than a mattress and mosquito net inside. Each has their own padded ...
... expert I asked her to have a look at Lucky. This time the skin was irritated around her legs and Sophie suggested that it might be a razor reaction on her skin and hence the allergies on her legs and nowhere else. She also suggested that sea water would be very helpful for her wounds on her legs.
With our sun block on it was time to swim in the water. I dropped off all our gear in a nice shady place but out of nowhere a young boy arrived. He didn’t look ...
Just getting on the ferry was an ordeal with passport lines and mad chaos; people were over it. (There was one family who were all suffering from Pink Eye that Mary and I were trying very hard to avoid. Naturally, as we boarded, the youngest in the family man handled Mary’s suitcase as the line turned to a mob, much to our concern and disgust.) I looked up as we walked the plank on board and all I could think of was, Titanic.
... later sold it to the British Library. They do not seem to have much luck with their belongings or their visiting monks.
I learnt all this from a monk from Devon with who I had a long and interesting chat. I was last here some eleven years ago and that time talked with a tall, pale American monk with a straggly beard and transparentskin. He is off on a conference in Finland, then to Italy for another; such is the life of the modern monk. My monk (and I was ...
... we all toured Petra on our own, going into many, many grave/temple caves that are carved out of the rose-colored sandstone. We stayed for about an hour, walked back through the siq (canyon), then boarded our bus and arrived back in Jerusalem at 7:30 p.m., just in time for dinner, a shower and a very welcome bed.
(Ben and I welcomed our weary pilgrims with hugs all around)...photos to come when I can sit down with Sue and download her ...
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