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... There were 3 - a hyper saline (super salty like the Dead Sea), a sea water and one filled with fresh water.
The package that Yaron booked included wine and freshly squeezed orange juice. Unfortunately, Chris was a bit overcome by motion sickness from bobbing about and needed sometime to recover!
It was almost 2000 when we arrived at the Taba (Egyptian border) crossing. We parked the car in a makeshift parking lot nearby and walked to the border with ...
... us straight away as there had been recent 'changes to the system'. He ushered us via a shortcut past the locals lining up to catch buses and taxis. Then suddenly we are standing in the middle of some sort of commotion with a police officer which we later realised was because we had illegally crossed the border, bypassed passport control and were technically, illegal immigrants. It was at this point, within the police's rights to deport us back ...
The last day in Dahab was snorkeling again. This time a place known as 3 Pools. Not as good as the Blue Hole but OK - except for the jellyfish. They are harmless but feel horrible when they brush against you. Hundreds, no thousands there.
Then on Monday it was an early start to catch the early ferry ( the super fast ferry). And it was early. Left as 3.30am. Mini bus to Nuweiba ( the Egyptian port about ...
... in Saudi to wear a hijab and many also wear a niqab.
After our swim we hopped on a JETT bus for a 4 hour ride back to Amman...we were all layered in salt, sand and sweat and happy to be heading home. I've attached some pictures from the weekend---although my new friend Ben took many many more and I hope to attach some of them soon.
I hope everyone has a wonderful 4th of July!!
... the beach is a strip of land that has been left for cultivation. Contorted old Senegal date palms sway over beds of herbs and leafy-greens, with tiny irrigation channels separating each small square plot. It looks like something straight out of Egypt, and given that I can see Egypt on the other side of the Gulf, it shouldn’t be too surprising. But it IS really cool. I wish I’d brought my camera. And in the sea, dhow-like glass-bottomed boats ply back and forth, ...