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... wanting to say anything. And then the time came. We had a couple of photos together as a group, had a big man hug together, he got in the car and left. And then me and Willem got a text, 'I am going to miss you guys so much. X'. We sat for a while with our bags and talked about how the leaving had finally hit home. And then we started packing again.
Then Willem went out to dinner with all the instructors. I sat ...
... wide, and you can even swim in it! Our felucca ride started off slowly. Apparently feluccas can capsize easily, so if it is very windy or rough seas, the police won't let you sail. A felucca is essentially an almost entirely flat-bottomed boat with a huge cushion covering the entire space. No bathroom facilities - those were covered by an "amenities" boat that appeared when we needed it, and camped overnight with us. Very ...
... rose out of the sand (though most were unfinished) and an increased amount of money was evident. The roads filled to bursting, and the real stress started. From a safety conscious motorbike and car driver, I have never felt so close to death. Any traffic laws around Cairo are mere suggestions, and that is all. Travelling at over 100kph all the time if not more, hemmed in by cars on all sides, breaking so suddenly all the time, nearly hitting car after car, if it had gone ...
... that someone had accessed our room with a copied master key while we were out at dinner so that cleared us. So in the end they fired all the staff who had been working during that time (four guys), felt bad but if they did it once what's stopping them doing it again and we never got the tablet back but they did give us some money to pay for the loss. If Haytham wasn't there to do all this stuff for us we would never have gotten anything. Thanks Haytham.
... most of there morning extra time inside because it was just too yucky outside. Again we got the best deal.
The hotel is spectacular. The room has a balcony that overlooks the Dead Sea. Very similar to the room we had in Port Macquarie but in Egypt lol.
We went into town for dinner. I had Mexican calamari and Al had a veggie targine. Both meals were delicious.
Hit the sack exhausted and we both slept like stones. So begins a couple of days of absolute ...