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Life's good. My job consists of watching, identifying and observing dolphins. In my free time I get to snorkel one of the most beautiful coral reefs I've seen, and aside from sunny weather, friendly people and good working hours I manage to make connections fast here.
Yesterday it was decided that my project will be 'time perception ...
... able to track down his shop, only to find he was on holiday, leaving his brother in charge. However, the brother was very friendly, gave us tea, and had us tasting all sorts of spices and spice mixes. Emma bought a few spices and some other bits from him.
By this time "shopping" was wearing a bit thin with Ron, so we headed to the Rovers Return, Coronation Street, for a beer/lemonade, and some garlic mussels. The mussels were tiny (finders fee ...
... to do an see. And when you stood on the coast, you could see Egypt, Saudi and Jordan at the same time. So we spent the rest of the afternoon/evening walking down the boardwalk. It was a nice evening and a good way to relax before the next day. We had read that crossing the boarder and getting to Petra was a feat and we were dreading the hassle, but for now, we were just enjoying the night. ...
... will be said about that tomorrow. As for today, it seems we are going very slowly, the channel is quite narrow, and for the first time we are seeing offshore oil platforms, but none are so close that we can photograph them.
A quiet afternoon is spent reading, relaxing and drinking tea. However there was drama to come. During the course go the voyage we have become accustomed to the regular fire ...
... three km or so then found a bedouin tent selling cold coca cola so settled down there for a while and watched the passing parade. The walk back was challenging but we resisted the temptation to hire a camel, at US$45 each. Just as well...apparently the camel runs out of steam half way up and needs another $35 to keep going. Got back to the ship and collapsed. Four days at sea to recover before we arrive at Salalah in ...