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... to me and gave me this hibiscus tea drink (yes I do like it, but after 7-8 glasses of it, you start looking for somewhere for a pee)
It is quite funny though, you stop to look in one shop, have a chat, then move on to the next shop and this one tells you the previous shop owner is a pirate, a bandit, he will overcharge you, it’s all the same no matter what shop you look at or talk to (they all have the same stuff, they are all having a special sale, but ...
... time, our driver stopped at the first of many security checkpoints. This one was on the edge of town. An armed guard came up to the car and spoke with the driver. Their conversation become more heated to the point where the driver sounded like he was arguing with the guard. He then got out of the car and stomped off. Achmed turned to us and said, "No problem," with a somewhat reassuring grin. Then we waited. The driver eventually got back into the car, turned it around, ...
... of chocolate cake. I ate my sail-away snack and then headed downstairs to my cabin at 11:34 to get ready for bed as the lights of Safaga faded away in the distance.
Read in bed for about half an hour, then lights out at 12:23 a.m.
I’m looking forward to six days at sea! :-) Egypt and Jordan have been phenomenal. I had a great last five days of tours and crossing the Suez Canal; now it’ll be so nice to have some down time for the rest of the cruise. ...
... not impressive. It was littered with trash, and ramshackled. Thoughts of Mumbai, India, came to mind. But it wasn’t nearly that bad.
Soon we were into the mountains. They were rugged and desolate. For nearly three hours we drove through a series of small villages. After not seeing vegetation at all in the mountains and desert, we welcomed ...
What a night. At about 21:00 the wind came up. my tent started shaking so I got up just in shorts, (about 11 degrees) peged down my guys and usedother pegs as my rock pegs because they just pulled out. left my tent door open which was on the wind side, clever John. Desert + wind=sandstorm. Sandstorm + open tent = gritty bed, toothbrush, carry on thinking for yourself. I had just got into my tent tinking that everything would be OK when another goust ...