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... anyway, I suppose that’s why they all have a swimming pool
The bits of beach I did find just seemed to be a dumping ground for boats anyway
I was hard work trying to find anything worthwhile to photograph, the whole place has a rundown feel and look to it
I don’t know if the people on the streets are just being friendly or just saying that to get you into their shops, well I never went in any or bought anything, but they ...
... and about 45 pharaohs are (were) entombed there. Unfortunately no photography is allowed and hence no accompanying photos of this stop. Despite the early start it was still very hot and by the time we left temps were again in the mid 30's. Then off for a quick photo stop at Queen Hatsutep's temple and on to the Habu (sp?) temple which is another very large temple dating from about 1000 BC. As you ...
... a breath, but just knowing she was in the water nearby was amazing.
We made our way over to the sea grass and it didn't take too long until we found her, munching away on the bottom.
She was totally unphased by our presence and pretty much ignored us as we watched her moving slowly along the seabed.
After a few minutes, she headed back to the surface and again we looked for her before coming across her a short distance away.
There was a remora on ...
... while continuing the discussion with the guides and the bus driver. The talk appeared to get real intense as we drove off, while the rest of us were silent just watching in awe not knowing what was going on. We then got to our destination of a rest stop (only 5 minutes up the road) when everyone, except for the group got off. Amr, our tour guide, came back on to announce that this was our rest stop, and that we were able to get snacks and drinks. Let's just say that at the time, ...
... will gather and stoop their feet. The Bedouin people will dig at this spot and build a well. Usually, a well will last for about 2 years before it dries out and they have to move again. We found the most interesting thing on the camels were their feet. Instead of being hard hooves like a horse, they were very soft. Each time the camel steps the foot would expand. This helps keep them from sinking in the desert ...