Alaska Camp & Hotel
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soothing and very relaxing, unmissable, dont go to egypt without it
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... these moments do not happen often. An emotional goodbye to Kenny followed. No tears, we're men. Then I was walking back to the hotel for the last time! Nothing eventful happened then... Sent a quick message to Alice saying I can't wait to see her tomorrow and then went to sleep! I woke up at 6am, ready to be kicked out at 7am for the group of 11 Swedish people that were arriving. I am so incredibly sleepy, the rest of the day will be spent catching ...
... the size of your little fingernail. It's find we're going berserk in the rolling ocean, it looked like a little fish fly! I caught it in my hand and showed it to Matt, apparently it's a baby fish! It's weird but I never though of fish as being that small, even if they were babies... And third was the death of wifi everywhere I normally go. What was infuriating was it said on my phone it was working! It just didn't load anything! I growled lots. So now I'm sitting in a ...
... 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 ...
I think I overslept a little from what I'd planned but I had no clock or watch so I didn’t have much of a choice at when I woke. I packed up my belongings and headed out to find the hammock guy from the day before. I paid him for the room and asked him how to get to Taba which is the town I needed to reach in order to cross the border. The man shrugged at me again. "You have not missed the bus. It does not leave until later. You need to go to the transit hub which is a few ...
... I started to feel a lot better about the whole thing. I was so proud of Sim and the boys who walked the whole way, keeping up a steady pace, and cheerful the whole time. The boys really enjoyed chatting to the guide. He was always checking how everyone was and making sure everything was ok. He took us up the backside of the mountain which was great as the path is much less developed and it all feels quite primitive and Mosesish! Once you get to the end of the camel path ...