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... of getting sick is getting increasingly less appealing.
After two weeks of hot weather, it is shifting to high twenties with a breeze rather than calm mid-30s. With that is slightly rougher waters. Nothing particularly rough but we are no longer sailing on a lake.
Hunter's update on the Red Sea
I’ve been travelling through the Red Sea ever since I left Sri Lanka. I’ve seen lots of boats, flying fish ...
... are no souvenir sellers hassling you and it's in the desert....as it would have been when it was built. The pyramids of Giza are practically right on the edge of the city so many views have the city in the background. We then went to Sakkara. There are step pyramids here which predate the triangular pyramids. Essentially these were tombs that had a structure built above them called a mastaba. Then another smaller structure would be built on top of ...
My first day on a 5 hour bus tour with no A/C to the white desert was grueling. We transferred in Bahariya to a 4x4 where we eventually drove for another 2 hours to the White Desert.
The White and Black Desert close to Farafra is infamous for its large rock formations that have been carved throughout time by the sand storms.
While viewing these beautiful structures, I was hit with an unknown illness and I felt horrible ...
I awoke at 1.30am and 4.30am to the sound of the donkey eoring! All in all though, the tent was really comfortable and the roll mats performed brilliantly. Paul gave me an excellent lesson in dismantling the tent and by 8.00am, we were heading down the road to the town of Baharyyia Oasis.
We stopped there for two hours. I went for a long walk with Dianne and Mick through and then ...
Off in the mini bus again, no slower than yesterday. Passed lots and lots of desert, and for an hour or so a continual mountainous wall on the right, stretching as far as we could see in either direction.
We stopped for a time at Al-Kasr, an old city from about 950AD, now pretty much abandoned. Lots of narrow little streets between mud brick walls, sand underfoot, an absolute warren. We were shown an ...