Three Corners Rihana Inn
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145km today. Packing camp up was insane, and really really need to reorganize things. After forcing down a pb pita, Dave and I headed out. It was cold! Lesson learnt - don't pack up and head out asap, you get warm packing only to freeze. Also, dumb me, I should put my windbreaker under my layers, some protection. The jacket is not to nice fitting with the extra 9lbs of stress weight and 2 shirts. I froze! by time we got ...
Day 2,.....**** its cold. Seriously! Hot oatmeal and a pee, chaos of packing and we were off. It's a Mando day for those being time/racing. stage win tonight for the fastest. Not me! after much cursing and pushing the lockers were packed and 7.30, Dave and I start out. Downhill, with a tail wind, 35km/hr, so nice! Starting to get a bit warmer. Sand and sand then a glimmer of blue, and it grows and ...
... have an underwater camera and have not had great luck with the disposable ones in past experience I have no pictures from the snorkeling. After snorkel time is over we head back to the beach for a great Egyptian buffet which we share with a couple from Durham England. The next couple of hours is spent relaxing on the beach and swimming in the red sea, can't ...
... how to drive the four wheeler and off we go.
Its a 25 km drive to the Bedouin village. The Bedouin tribes are desert dwelling Arabian people which, although many are urbanised, still hold to traditional cultural practices. They wear a distinct red and white checked head scarf. The village is very primitive to us, we wander a bit an have some water we watch an artisan make sand ...