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... wedges, it’s not what I would call a breakfast more of a snack to tide you over until a meal time comes along, (tea and coffee are served piping hot in a glass, and more than one has ended up on the floor, just too hot to handle
I ended up going to the Cacao bar and getting an omelette (I was in there at 2;30 this morning drinking coffee)
It’s been a windy day and quite cool ton what we have been experiencing, so it’s quite pleasant out ...
... to see the local communities settle in after sunset. We followed the course of the Nile. Each small farming community has armed guards at the gates. As the sun sets all the small mosques call the faithful to prayers and light up the minarets like Christmas trees. On the outskirts of Luxor we are assigned a police escort so had a clear run through all the police checks and didn't have any trouble finding the hotel. Air Conditioning and cold drink, life is ...
... found my phone in my pocket.. I was a bit hungover and not thinking straight. Now I was! I rushed back but too late. No point crying over spilt milk. After chels stopped laughing, we continued on our way. There were people everywhere and rookie divers underneath. I swam down to a few of the divers and waved, but they didn't seem too exited to see me. The reef was actually nice but after a while, the high amount of salt made it hard to be in the water so we read our kindles on ...
... at an all inclusive resort for 3 days! Not very Dragoman but a welcome change from the wild camping we did throughout Sudan and the ****** hotels we've had in Egypt so far. I've also got to that templed out stage as we have visited at least one a day since we hit Sudan. The pax changed in Gondar and it's all marginally better but no life long friends on this ...
... the general melee of people trying to pay US25 to a man for the honour plastering a huge stamp over an entire page of their passports. His name was Mohammed (of course) and he turned out to have quite a sense of humour. Especially when he dropped me off at the “wrong” Hilton!
I’m guessing it might have been his brother or uncle who then kindly picked me up and transported me all the way across the other side of town to the ...