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... time lazing on the beach and fitting in a couple of scuba dives and snorkelling trips, as well as some great seafood meals! Not to mention their national dessert, Om Ali, a mixture of caramel, nuts & cream pudding - sweet, but well worth trying! Their seafood soup is to die for!!! Tomorrow it is back to Cairo and on to Turkey for me. Maa el salama (goodbye) Egypt. Shukran (thank you) for a wonderful visit. It has been fun!
... 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 ...
... back of a ute and settled down in the Camel restaurant right by the spot. Lorraine explained about the reef, what we'd expect to see and fitted our masks. She took us around the reef guiding and then we enjoyed a great seafood lunch. It was a really relaxing day and the fish in the Blue Hole are spectacular. For dinner she recommended a fish restaurant called Marim for Fish, a dindgey one man shop off the main drag where the concept of a menu is to go to a large ...
... br> Backpackers. Score.
I kept a subtle eye on them. As they grabbed their belongings I took the chance that they were heading to the same place I was and ambled after them. I queued behind them at the bus and asked the driver hopefully “Taba?” He grunted a nod and held out his hand for the ticket money. Grinning I passed him over the fare and got settled in a seat. It would take over four hours to reach Taba so I curled up to sleep for some of the ...
... of the mountain. It was so hot you could hardly breathe but we still had a good look around. Especially at the northern palace which steps down from the main platform, on carved out rock ledges. You look down and can see the outlines of the Roman camps where they assembled to attack the zealots.
Our Egyptian taxi driver was due to meet us at the border crossing at Taba at 7pm and we had quite a drive to get there so we left Masada and headed straight there. We parked ...