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... first time I have gone to bed dirty
It was to be an early start in the morning, off to Hurgarda, a resort town on the Red Sea, famed for its diving (I wouldn’t be doing any, forgot my PADI card)
We arrived about 2ish, Mark said it would be a hovel, the worst place we have been to, I asked him if it’s that bad "why are we going there?"
We have always stayed there he said
Well it’s not the worst place, the rooms ...
...via s stop on the West Bank of the Red Sea. A long and hot journey to Roots Camp sited close to small Red Sea lagoon. Run by an English couple who happy to have the truck set up camp in the backyard. Setting the tents up on a sun baked area was just asking for trouble. Luckily upgrades were readily available, the bar had plenty of beer and joy of joys there was a swimming pool. Our first track meal went off very credibly and this overland company appreciates ...
... seaside resort to relax and unwind after 2 solid weeks of touring. Unfortunately, we were only half right. Our resort looked nice from the outside and the street seemed to be full of life. The weather was prime for swimming. We checked in and they took us to our rooms. It was far from a four star resort but that didn't matter, we have stayed in far worse. When we went for lunch, it didn't take us long to notice that we were the only Australians. How you ask? Well in the line ...
... 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 sound of it). In fact, they are fast becoming the new “holiday yobs” of Europe, putting us and the Krauts in the shade (quite literally). Those all-inclusive all-you-can-eat meals must seem incredible when you’re used to queuing 2 days for half a sausage and a stale loaf of bread, and many of the guests seemed to be stocking up for several months.
The diving had tired us both out so we didn’t partake of the evening entertainment ...