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Day 48 Sea Day sailing towards Jordan
Sea days are usually very relaxing. Not sure what is happening with sea days now-a-days. We were jammed pack all day.
After breakfast we decided to try out the paddle tennis court. It is not ping-pong, but a court that is about half the size of a tennis court. Two to four people ...
... the roof of a vehicle.) Rubbish collection in this city appears nonexistent and we have never seen so many plastic bags, rubbish etc lying around everywhere. The Canal was so full of rubbish no water could be seen!
The Nile Cruise experience was just for an hour and by the time we reached the River Boat, the sun was setting over Cairo. Our tea consisted of a small pizza and a variety of cakes. This was just 90 minutes ...
... uninteresting. The most eventful part was when the driver and guide tried to find a place to allow us to have a much needed washroom break. There was a purpise built facility another hour down the road but some of us could not wait and many place were not keen to allow non Egyptians in there business. He finally found one that would allow the women but not the men. The locals had their entertainment of the day when they ...
5:30 sun rise. 6am yoga. 10:30 boat ropes, very relaxing pulling down 5-10 breathing perfected, finning down no good. Lunch. 2pm dive, relax in shallows with 5-10, breath = buoyancy, 8m rope, warm ups pulling down, sled fun, but hurt my ears, practice finning down, saw lion fish, puffa fish, blue spotted ray, camo cod. Ice cream. Dinner. Drinks at office, vodka, tequilla, haka, ...
Race to Gatwick at 6:30 in the morning, run for bus, run for train. Flight assistant calls supervisor 'i've you two nz passports here', not quite sure what to do with them. 5 hour flight. Step out of plane to wave of heat. Pile onto bus to take us 50m off tarmac. Visa ...
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