Sol Y Mar Dar El Madina
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- Outdoor pool
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... in the bus. No photos are allowed. We went into the visitor's center and they had an excellent depiction of the mountains, the valley and all of the openings into the tombs (62 have been found so far). On the other side of the display, the underground tombs were depicted. Some were small (only a couple rooms) and others were huge, long passages with multiple storage areas. They all had a burial chamber (of course) but the burial chamber was always walled off from the rest ...
... br> Some of the group have gone off diving this afternoon - bet they'll be cold though with the chill. Interesting conversation with Mark, a Doctor from Alaska who works all over the world as a doctor. Discussing 'old-fashioned' doctoring and vetting - which we are both fans of, and a conversation about euthanasia etc and giving permission for people and owners to say - 'the time has come' - no more treatment required. Let me die. On that happy ...
... people and really pushed out of my comfort zone, everything felt great. The tip from another rider to use baby power was great. A bit messy when using the toilet/sand dune, and not a good combo with black shorts, but whatcha gonna do? Lunch truck was at 70km, so 2 banana's, filled up on water and was off. Roundabout 1 was simple, minus the speed bumps, or negative speed bumps in some some spots. Roundabout 2 was ...
... Everything is so barren. The sun's heat is very intense and I long to be cooled by the turquoise waters. As I enter the sea, it's waters actually make me shiver but it is quickly forgotten and how refreshing it feels! My son and I put on our snorkeling gear and swim out to the outer coral reef. We are in total awe at what we see! The life under the waters is ...
... the fabled 4000 year old City of Petra.
i have been attending talks by professional Uni professors with doctorates in all sorts of modern day history, one in particular who was US President Clintons former Sec of State who talked on the 'hot-spots' in the region, the different Muslim clans/tribes etc and why all this Middle East area is such a mess-very hair-raising stuff, future talks evolve around the Palistinean issue and the Jews - should be a good one!