Happy Life Village
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After leaving the hotel at 4am this morning, we have just been driving all day and don't expect to arrive until 4pm, we finally arrived to the hotel and got our room which was really nice compared to the others we have had, everyone needed to sleep because we drove all day we had to be ready at 7 to go into town to get some dinner I had like a chicken chilly stew was really nice jess got a lemon chicken was a really nice too. then we headed off at 9:30 to a checkpoint where ...
... occupied monastery in the world. We passed its bulk in the dark, lit only by random flashlights and the bright moon, when it had the appearance of a forbidding fortress rather than a religious site.
The local Bedouin, the Jabaleyya tribe, have been involved with and helped protect the monastery for over 1500 years, and they supply the guides and camel drivers for the uphill trek. The elevation gain on the hike is almost 3000 feet in less than ...
... s a risk and a challenge. Some people cannot help but travel and love every second of things I've found nearly unbearable. Don't really know what prompted that spiel but there we go. Think i'll develop that in the journal my brother gave me for Christmas. But yes not long till I'm home now. Will need to get my job back and start earning again quickly. Maybe start moving into my house for uni soon after that. More risks! Though I think after this that may be a bit less than a ...
... is lovely, and provides a break from street traders and taxi drivers. For the second dive we turned right, along the mashraba reef. From 12 metres down it looks very impressive, like a huge knobbly tower just going on and on. I saw a coral that looked like a giant green rose, herds of goat fish going along the bottom grazing in between the grass, short wavy purple bushes everywhere, and of course tons of different, all brightly coloured fish. It ...
... included walking another kilometre across to a building we could see in the distance which would be the Israeli border entrance. The wind was blowing across my hair and I loved the feel of walking into a new country on foot. I swore to do more overland travelling.
As we walked into the building the immediate change was fascinating. There is something that seems slightly dodgy about Egypt. It is dirty and unorganised and there is a strong male presence. Walking into ...