Tobya Boutique Hotel
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... way into. Wind rushing through the vertical sides quite refreshing. Florence of Arabia and Omar Good Grief scramble out.
Another short drive to a "sand dune". Told it's a great view from the top. Proceed up the steep hill of sand. One step forward. Slide back. One step forward. Slide back. Equals. Hard work. Like climbing brother-in-law's grain store except no pesky nieces chucking wheat at you or trying to push you over. Puffing and panting. Half way up is sufficient. Can ...
... and explore. I pack a bag with some lunch and water and set out to discover what is around. On the hike I see some birds, beetles, and even a desert rabbit that quickly disappears. Its incredible how vast and quiet the area is which also means that it can get very disorienting easily. Yet with my keen sense of direction I won’t let this happen plus the fact that I don’t wander too far from camp. I made sure to bring ...
As Jafar ın Aladdın would say... Welcome to Aqaba!
Sorry for the delay ın postıng blogs but ıt has been a hectıc couple of weeks wıth very lıttle chance to get on a computer. My poor Mum sometımes only gets one lıne emaıls to say I am safe!
Let me stretch my memory back to when we fırst arrıved ...
... around a tractor and an old women walking on the other shoulder as we carrened down the road. This was a little hair raising, the only thing missing was a bus full of orphans and a cart full of fruit to plow in to. We narrowly missed the tanker, the old women narrowly escapes with her life and the cabbie gets back on the gas pedal. We were so elated, we were still in time to catch the ferry! In fact we had plenty of time since the ferry didn't really leave ...
... I was so fed up with Egyptian's lack of manner. They don't know how to queue and there is no order or system when it comes to buying tickets etc. People come from everywhere and it doesn't matter who was there at first. They only think about themselves and doesn't care about others. I understand that things work differently in different cultures but I believe the respect to others should be universal… Egypt was great, full of magical sites and food ...
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