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The flying fish were doing cool stunts. They were able to travel a long way through the air. A couple of more days until I get to Egypt.
I’ve seen army boats and shipping boats and one of them was a Chinese shipping line.
I’ve been spending a lot of time with kids club doing treasure hunts and I’ve made lots of friends.
I’m having fun on the boat but I’m looking forward to getting off the ...
... decided to start again. The next pyramid was the first pyramid that they got right. It was quite incredible to see. It still has much of its outer limestone shell which gives it quite a smooth look. The limestone is almost all gone on the pyramids at Giza. We went into the pyramid (known as the red pyramid). We had to go down a fairly steep long narrow passageway to get to one of the antechambers. The passage was about a hundred metres long which ...
... time lazing on the beach and fitting in a couple of scuba dives and snorkelling trips, as well as some great seafood meals! Not to mention their national dessert, Om Ali, a mixture of caramel, nuts & cream pudding - sweet, but well worth trying! Their seafood soup is to die for!!! Tomorrow it is back to Cairo and on to Turkey for me. Maa el salama (goodbye) Egypt. Shukran (thank you) for a wonderful visit. It has been fun!
... bat away with another. One particularly mangy and possibly Satanic cat braving darted across the table and grabbed Dan's food then gave a evil hiss. We persevered. Ten minutes later the Cat from Hell returned for a second go and we opted to move inside. But they were persistent little stalkers and a few managed to sneak inside. One slightly normal cat sat quietly watching and the waiter said 'Don't worry about him, he is a friendly one' aka house-trained. But not ...
... br> Backpackers. Score.
I kept a subtle eye on them. As they grabbed their belongings I took the chance that they were heading to the same place I was and ambled after them. I queued behind them at the bus and asked the driver hopefully “Taba?” He grunted a nod and held out his hand for the ticket money. Grinning I passed him over the fare and got settled in a seat. It would take over four hours to reach Taba so I curled up to sleep for some of the ...