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... the river as it winds it's way to Alex.
The rising sun casts pinky light over the fields as we fly by workers stooping to tend the fields, donkeys kicking up dust as they pull their carts down the lanes, palm trees laden with deep red dates, brickabrack houses, villagers wading in the shallows of the river and sooty buses and mopeds on the roads.
A few hours later we pull into Alexandria on the northern coast, 2nd largest city in Egypt and ...
... are the tombs of over 5,000 Italian soldiers who died here during the battles against the Allies in 1942. Nearly half of the tombs are signed 'Unknown' and this is very touching really, because so many of those young men couldn't even be recognized. Inside the Memorial there's a small museum and the Cemetery with the tombs over 200 Lybian soldiers (at those times, Lybia was an Italian colony) who fought for the Fascist Army during WWII and a ...
... outside the resort, for Europeans there's just the desert. I spent a very lazy and relaxing time sunbathing and strolling on the beach (it's sooooo long, and outside the resort the seaside gets wilder, with rocks and high waves...), and could take advantage of the village's unique position to take part in some great trips. All in all, a remarkable experience and a holiday I'd surely repeat!
... this way and that, flipping around like a dolphin with my fins and just staring at everything unabashedly, trying to process the multitude of sights and sounds. Hundreds, thousands of small fish making their way across a grand arena with a precision and organization that would put the world’s greatest army to shame. The image is impossible to capture. Even when I try to stop a moment in time, I can ...
... very different type of town to what lm used to, a little scary really, glad l was in a tour bus and not on foot in these streets they were dirty and dusty and had a very clandestine feel to them. We had been warned about our safety and told we were not going to be allowed to go into the centre of Cairo very unsafe 20 people killed in political demonstration and riots the day before, also the reason for traveling ...