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... hole to swim through to the hole. Absolutely mind blowing so many different colors and types of fish like we had never seen before!!
That afternoon we went on another adventure this time 4 wheel driving through the dessert and it was sooo much fun!! The boys were out front most of the way ut after a while I got more confident and almost caught up..... we left the old Bangledeshi ladies in our dust as they were too scared. We visited a local Bedouin home for tea ...
... to go out on dates and sleep overnight a foreigner, unless they're married. So courtship is very hush hush. Egyptian police have been known to raid hotel rooms in search of such dalliances. There's a German lady staying in my hostel who is married to an Egyptian man and has a 3 month old baby. She's in a bit of a pinch, since her husband has deserted her and she seems to have jaundice. She's the only evidence of this phenomenon I've seen first hand, and it's been a bit ...
... and back to dahab. It is good to be back, though can't say I've missed the work, part of which today was to throw 12.5ltr aluminium tanks from the boat to the jetty where Matt caught them! That bit was actually quite fun, but tomorrow more writing and theory yaaaaaay. The political situation here is tense. I mean in Egypt, not in Sinai where I am. In Sinai it is very ...
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... Canal. This is an unbelievable trip. We are part of a convoy traveling under police protection. It is an interesting journey. Arrived at a checkpoint manned by the Egyptian army. Armed soldiers with automatic weapons and a small observation stand with a heavy machine gun keeping an overall eye on everything.
Slept on and off throughout the trip.
Incredible landscape. Stark, rugged and barren. Mostly granite and basalt by the looks of things.
Arrived in ...