Helnan Nuweiba Bay Resort
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I've now been back from Egypt for over a month, but as a part of completing my records of my experiences, will continue to post my writings from the year, and those I have written in hindsight since returning.
Here we jump back a considerable way to the month of February, so the chronology should be kept in mind, as the more explosive or concerning events of more recent times - that which I choose to post - I'll get to in due time.
... his own way. By this time the pizza was ready and after lunch we literally just chilled out at the restaurant. Then around 5.30pm Mamdoh rounded all of us to play some more games of volleyball. Before the game I enquired about our laundry and they said that it should arrive in the evening. Lucky sat out of the volleyball games as she was engrossed in a book. As for the rest of us we had a good time before people headed to the water for their last dip in the Red sea.
I had initially planned to stay in Nuweiba for the night and move on to Dahab in the morning but other people were also heading to Dahab and fortunately 1 couple were pretty brutal at pushing the price down with the mob of taxi drivers at the port so for the wholesome some of £2.50 it was ready for the 2ish hour taxi ride to Dahab.
... the fast boat. So after paying all the taxes, and going through customs we finally got on the boat. And we waited, and waited and waited some more. The boat did not end up leaving until about 2 o'clock and then when we did get to Egypt which was only a 1 hour boat trip we had to wait another hour or so to disembark. Finally we got out of the boat, and we were greeted straight away with heaps of guys trying to take our luggage, for a price of course. We had to ...
Egypt Part Four
I did not expect to be writing Egypt part 4. But we have coasted to a halt. Partly dictated by my needing not to stress my back, so finding Petra Camp at Nuweiba, a place with lazy charm, we have dropped out of time into tranquillity. Our days have become basic - boating, biking, buying, bread and books.
Every day the sky is a tender blue, save for one darker day that followed a night of crashing thunder and sharp lightning ...