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... 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 ...
... spiny shrubs to the east coast and Nuweiba where once the Bedouin came to pick dates in late summer. Now it is a grubby place. No, just the port is; all ports seem to acquire a seediness. Nuweiba means “bubbling springs” and springs apparently still exist in part of a ruined Turkish fort. But mostly it is a flat town stretched beside a long beach, part sand, part coral reefs where donkeys, goats and camels wander at will. All along the beach are little hotels ...
... for the beach again. The ride back was hot, as our mini-van had no air-con. Once back at the beach I sleep all day as we had no sleep on the mini-van. It was time to head to Sharm.
Spent the day in Old Sharm market. Had lunch at the local snack and go. The Egyptian men was extremely nice. They served up the best Falafel since the journey began. I was given a great lesson on papyrus making and received ...
My trip is getting more and more out of control. In the best way possible. Two days ago I was walking down the main street of the "city" I am in on the Red Sea in Sinai. Actually there are only 2 streets in the town center. I see a donkey cart with 2 donkeys parked outside of a small restaurant. Naturally I stop to take a photo. I continue on my way. About 10 minutes later behind me on the main road comes a small devilish little chap ...