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... at all, nor does the world, or those that have left.
By the time I wake up tomorrow it will be VERY soon until I'm home! It will be strange and slightly scary (I feel like a local almost here) for me, but I am very much looking forward to it!
Need to write a couple of entries in my personal journal to round the trip up in that as well, things none of you will be able to hear, not that you'd ever want to...
... of the city. It was a buffet affair and the food was hot and wholesome. So was the coffee, I was nearly falling asleep! After that we moved to Tahrir square. More dangerous roads and gasps and certainty of horrific crashes. It was fascinating. We saw the Mubarak building gutted by fire in 2011 and the many 5 star hotels lining the river, and were dropped off at the national museum. We sped through the pharaonic collection, which was eye opening and fascinating, but ...
... and more convenient. It was called Red Sea Relax - hopefully it would deliver on its name. We got a room in an apartment of theirs that was just behind the main complex. Basic but fine and very cheap. The pool was great - we alternated between book reading and swimming occasionally getting off our butts to venture for food. Our second day there we went to the Blue Hole on a snorkelling trip with Lorraine - a British expat. It was excellent. We were transported out ...
... bus. We began to move again.
Well that was a little intense. After that I had trouble getting back to sleep and was satisfied watching the craggy peaks of the Sinai desert pass me by. I guess they have to be careful in this area. In terms of terrorists it is quite an active region. There have been several local attacks on westerners in the Sinai and the border between Egypt and Israel is often disrupted as it joins the Gaza Strip further to the west.
... spread, even icecream and topping and sprinkles which the kids loved, every hot food you could imagine and cereals and fruit and pastries. I can’t believe how much food people pile onto their tables at these buffet breakfasts and then only eat about half of it…such a waste.
A beautiful cold refreshing swim after breakfast and then time to pack up and leave with Tel Aviv as our final destination for the day.
We drove along the Egyptian border for quite ...