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... I knew in Australia who had anything to do with Jill, I decided to leave the airport & try to find somewhere slightly cooler & less humid to sit down, get a drink & wait.
First, I visited a very dodgy coffee shop that had no aircon & I'm pretty sure hadn't updated anything since about 1970, then took the monorail to Le Meridien hotel. At last, a name I recognise! I was sure this would have aircon & cold drinks, which was pretty much all I needed ...
... pretty sharp climbing over uneven ground in the dark. The last stage of the ascent to Mt. Sinai itself is on what is loosely termed “the stairs”, rock-cut steps of various heights that wind up the mountain, 784 of them in all we were told. At first this seems like it might be an improvement over the trail, but by the time you are struggling up the last 200 steps or so your legs have other ideas. The differing heights of the “stairs”, and ...
... versus costessey... Hm... So many things I've missed! Special offers at supermarkets is a surprising one I grant you, as are rain and flat landscape, but my girlfriend, family, my own bed, clean room and greenery are pretty average, and motorbike come to think of it. Our room is starting to smell interesting... My restricted licence runs out in a couple days... When I get back, hello Harley test ride! And everything else... Nearly out of nature valley bars as well! Don't know what might ...
... and I can finally see what David Attenborough is chatting about! I know it sounds stupid but the sea is surprisingly deep, it just goes down and down and on and on. Long undulating hills closer to the shore and away from it is just blackness. Anyway my open water course is nearly finished! By halfway through next week should have by advanced done as well. At this present time a kitten is on my lap, and it's ridiculously cute. See the ...
... town only runs twice a week so trying to work around that also added to my stress levels.
Our Bedouin bus driver picks us up at 11pm to drive us into the Sinai desert and we arrive at the foot of the mountain at 1am. We are all exhausted but ready for the challenge. The walk is long but steady, only a mild gradient and with torches nothing too onerous. We stop every so often for a break and we turn off our torches and let our eyes adjust to the ...