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... blows up two targets breaking a cease fire since November 2012. Its a reminder of how close we are to the frontline and I wonder how its possible that we all can be having the time of our lives while less then 100kms away, a continuos war brews.)
Tomorrow is another day and one we have been told to be patient. Its time to cross the Red Sea not by Moses parting it for us but by ferry, to Jordan. Its only 30kms by water so it cant be all that bad...or can it?
... to make it to shore.
At lunch Lucky and I ordered a pizza and at the same time watched the football game between Egypt and Japan. We found that water was a little cheap in a shop about a 5 minute walk from the resort. In the heat I ventured out and after buying the water the little kid from the morning came by and started talking to me. Well he tried anyway as he was speaking in Arabic and I was speaking in English. He walked all the way until the resort when ...
... out of the boot of another. We did finally get to the boat terminal, and then Caleb & Alvin went through the task of getting tickets, Now usually you would think that the ticket office would be somewhere near the boat, but no here you go into town to get your tickets - this took them nearly 1and 1/2 hours, we had been told that the boat left at 12o'clock so we were all starting to panic and finally the guys turned up but then they needed to upgrade the ...
... on to us in the end, but it was time to leave the Dark Continent, and head into the Middle East. xo
PS Now that I am off Satin's Ship, I can tell you that not only was that ride nearly five hours, we also change our clocks in Jordan, and lost an hour - 4am arrival. Deja vu of Cairo and Mt Sinai. I guess we'll sleep when we're dead.
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... bramble, but the only one of its kind on Sinai. In Britain its close relative is used to cover dark corners in parks. In eastern orthodoxy the unburnt bush prefigures the virgin birth. Mary gave birth without loss of virginity, as the bush remained unburnt; or so they say. Or it may be that the bush was full of static electricity; or that Moses was under the influence of a hallucinogenic drug from a plant used by the Bedouin: Peganum harmala (wild rue). It's an ...