Elaria Beach Resort
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... down my mind at nap and sleep time so that I can rest peacedully. It's like a version of meditation with a goal, falling asleep as quickly as possible. By the time I woke up in the morning I definitely had less than 5 hours of sleep and found myself to be in a terrible mood. Just a general angriness. I know my body needs 8 hours of sleep and far less than that affects me. After moving my seat on the plane so that 3 young siblings ...
... The scenery in moonscape like. We pass the city of Nuweiba and many half built resorts left abandoned. We find out later that they are a result of past Israeli occupation of Sinai where they developed the infrastructure on Egyption territory but after war and a signed peace treaty, the Egyptians got their land back but had to pay the Israelis for their development...go figure...to which now stands abandoned.
Most of the beach camps comprising of huts right ...
... sleep issues. Michael 2 joined me in the restaurant and we had a chat before slowly everyone started to make their way for breakfast. It was 8.30am when I woke Lucky up for breakfast but she was still grumpy. After breakfast we decided give our laundry as we were too lazy to wash it ourselves even though all our clothes would have dried within an hour. As we were about to go in the water, Lucky was extremely worried about her skin flaring up again. Since Sophie was ...
... green and grey and a Mongolian hairdresser cut my hair way too short.) I was hoping the hospital here would tell me my spine is healing as it ought, but as the xrays taken here resemble more a murky pond than vertebrae and I do not trust the doctor's eyes, that didn't happen. Meanwhile, as I am supposed to take it easy and not stress my back, days lazily pass sitting by the sea in Sinai looking across to Saudi and watching the slow ferry to Jordan on the horizon.
We had mentioned the evening before to get up to see the sunrise of the Red Sea. And for some unimaginable reason, I crawled up after only 3 hours of sleep to experience it. I didn't need to get much further than to a hammock though. From there I saw the sky turn red and violet, as I slowly returned to the dream world.
This day was to be our last in Africa, as our trip was moving on the its next phase, into Asia. The way we had chosen to ...