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Mohammed tells us to expect a 12hr bus ride filled with military checkpoints attempting to to aid stability in the area bordering Israel and notorious for black market trade. And on top of it, the reason we’re traveling around the coast rather then directly through it is that Bedouins have lately resorted to kidnapping a few tourists to ensure the government takes note of their demands. But you can’t half blame them as these demands are for basic infrastructure, rights to their ...
... being a 'beginner' diver for my two previous Divemaster colleagues which should be fun, and a good last full day in this beautiful place. I'll have to get things wrong and make them correct it, and its always amusing.
I will write tomorrow for sure, dinner tonight with Glasgow Kenny.
My love to all of you! This blog is coming to an end, and thank you for caring enough to read it, it does mean a huge amount.
... with 4 lanes of traffic on a Main Street in order that they could cross the road. Man after man came up to the window and spoke to Mohamed. Me and Charlotte kept wondering what they were saying, but after a while we realised Mohamed was not making bland conversation, he was asking for directions. We were lost in probably the biggest and busiest city I had ever seen. Obviously one would think the pyramids would be easy to spot, large prisms of brick dominating the ...
... br> My eyes flung open with a start as I felt the end of a gun roughly poke my shoulder. I shook as I tried to focus on what was happening.
“Passport” the soldier grunted at me, holding out his hand.
“Oh. Right” I grabbed my passport and hurriedly passed it over. I looked up the front of the bus to see four other soldiers checking the passports of everybody else on board. Seeming satisfied the soldier passed mine back to me and they ...
... the Red Sea are numerous little thatched roof buildings belonging to different campsites but they look very forlorn and falling down and bleak.
Finally the border! Hooray!!
As we passed through customs we headed for passport check. There was Mr Passport guy cleaning out his ears with an earbud which he held in one hand as he checked our passports..eek….he couldn’t seem to be bothered to find the stamp so along came Mr smooth and smarmy and took ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsAlaska Camp & Hotel Dahab
soothing and very relaxing, unmissable, dont go to egypt without it
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