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... with minimal clothes. A "likely story" that I was a tourist - a tourist with no gear!!! And not that happy that I had been to Sudan. What did I do there? who did I see? where did i stay? ( bush camps didn't go down well). And Ethiopia too seemed to be an issue. And the story of the overland truck didn't ring true with them - where are the other passengers? ( there arn't any!!!), why don't you fly from Jordon? ( I want to see Israel ). ...
... be there times. Had a really good time with the other people and in fact it was what made the 'tour'. The desert was magnificent in the full moon. Got freezing at night so the fact they had only 2 beds for the 3 of us was no problem, just snuggled in, sleeping was in small square tents again with the black woven material sides.We had a glorious view of sunrise from our tent, just had to open the door & lie there. Salim kept pretending he was a rooster to wake ...
... have to move tables several times because the smoke was out of hand. There were a couple of ladies who lit a new one whenever the old one was done and probably went through a pack every half hour. It's sad that everybody smokes so excessively, not just for their own health, but also for the health of the beach. The sand was completely littered with cigarette butts, despite ashtrays being available. In any case, we finished up and decided to head back to town, ...
... the streets to cheer
us on as we passed and offer to sell us water, although the women in
their running shorts definitely got more cheers than the guys.
The night carried on and my favorite part of the entire run (besides the
finish line) was running in the dead of night int he middle of the
desert. My team broke the night up so that everyone did two 20 min. runs
so everyone else could get some sleep. I would run the whole 20 min. ...
I had a late start today. I didn't sleep in but I sat around chatting with Arie and I had to fix the lovely bag I bought in Egypt as the straps were on the verge of breaking!!
Arie told me that the best thing to do for one day in Eilat is to go to Dolphin Reef... so I did!
Dolphin Reef is a paid beach (ie you pay to enter) where a small pod of wild dolphins has made its home and loves to interact with people. There are eight ...