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Travel Blogs from Sharm El-Sheikh
Ancient Egypt must have been really something. Our 10-day visit has exceeded our expectations. Egypt’s history is fascinating, and because the climate is so dry and hot the ancient monuments are incredibly well preserved. Traveling to Egypt really does have its drawbacks, however. If you are not on an organized tour you will face harassment and/or people trying to cheat you for a good part of the day. Egypt is actually the first country in all ...
... of the Sinai Peninsula next to the Red Sea, and surrounded by desert Its population is approximately 35,000, and is made up of about 7000 km of land.
We stayed at the Marriot Hotel. Our Hotel was on the mountainside and the better half was on the beach side. Crossing to the beach meant a 5 minute walk over a busy highway with traffic police slowing down the traffic to allow tourists to cross.
... open ocean and about 5 metres away I see a 7 foot oceanic white tip shark. Now this is no reef shark and the oceanic white tip are responsible for the most unrecorded deaths proclaimed by shark experts. My heart rate instantly doubles as I watch this beautiful shark swim of into the deep blue. At this stage I perch my back against the coral shelf so no smarty pants shark can sneak up to me. I'm at a depth of around thirty metres so there's ...
... by me. I am missing Rusher horribly and really just want to go home. Living in a compound sucks ass.
I've lost around 7kg in 2 weeks and there is nothing to do but work. not sleep, be sick, and work out.
As I'm clearly bouncing around, attempting to get back upstairs to get ahold of Ahmed, she doesn't seem to notice my mood, and continues to talk
Of course by the time I get back to the room, and the internet starts working I have a slew ...
... is really an amazing thing they did.
Anyhoo.... back to mee, me, me and out adventures. We went climbing in the desert, are you suprised it was good fun. We climbed a 3 pitch dihedral. The first pitch was a rambling slab with a few jugs and a spicey slab move or two, to burn the calves. The second pitch was a nice hand crack pitch, I think we will do it again. Finally the third pitch was a hard powerful layback. So that was nice!