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The hotel was a taking mind life where you don't feel time or any annoying thing you should try it
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... and I still haven't seen one of them smile... One of them had a mullet, proof their race will never come close to power, or never should. I'm treating myself. This morning I became a certified rescue diver and I'm very proud and happy to have it finished. As a final exercise someone at the centre ran up to me and said I've lost my buddy diver! At half 9 this was not welcome, but I dealt with it, and soon me and my buddy were in the water conducting a ...
... place to spend six days over Christmas chillaxing sipping bendoin tea at a beach restraunt reading "I know this much is True" or having nice group seafood dinners going out on the town afterwards for Christmas eve/day ...
... Mahout finished up his tour with us and we went to see the Royal Mummies. Fascinating but not a pretty sight. The weirdest bit being when you saw the hair. Creepy. Our legs were quite tired (a lot of muscle loss over a week by the pool) so we headed back. That night Dan had a plan - it was going to be date night. Egyptian style. This meant dinner of koshary and going to the flicks. Koshary is a traditional Egyptian food. My theory is that one day an Egyptian could ...
... only have to wait 20 minutes or so until the next one arrived. During this time Fabio showed up, waltzing along the pavement towards us.
“What happened!?” I asked him.
He threw his hands in the air “The driver – he come back and see me walking and says he take me for free. I say yes and he takes me to the border. Then he asks for money. I say no but he says he already take me. So I made him take me back and I walked again”.
... from the beach you are you still have a clear view. I was woken up by a gorgeous sunrise on the Saturday morning, which got me up and about for an early morning swim at around 7am!
The rest of our day was spent reading, playing back gammon, snorkelling and generally enjoying the sun and the peace and quiet. I particularly loved the hammock - it was such a good place to chill out and enjoy my book.