Tropicana Jasmine Club
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... and all others shown in a clear bag. All bags were opened and inspected, with chemical analyzers used to check anything remotely suspicious, as well as full body scanners! As we watched my ex wife go through the doorway scanner here on Tuesday it occurred to me that most people 'beeped' but few were 'patted down' and those that were weren't checked very well. I then watched to see how many bags going through the xray machine were actually taken and opened ..... I ...
... fish ... Ace!!! We are back at our Appartment again now & back to our routines & school work. I need to get back to gym all this 'all inclusive' eating & drinking is starting to show on my belly again ! Going to try sort a boat & bus to get us to Luxor sometime soon, Ewan not too keen on flying at the moment- after the horrible news about the Russian plane that crashed just north of here. Live every day as if its your last.... You never know whats round the corner ...
Ewans mum paying us a visit, so staying at Hilton again for a week . Nice not to have to cook n clean, & ewan loving seeing his Animation team friends again. Had rain ( proper storm - thunder lightening) Sunday - lasted from 3pm well into the night. We took a taxi the pub & they had to drive through big puddles !! But you would think they were 'fording the Nile' ...
Day 015: 12 hours, 10.1 kms
The next morning I go for a stroll through the city down towards the Canal. There's a little park by a lagoon where you can watch huge ships float by off in the distance. Then with no appetite for a long hike looking for the bus station, I catch a minibus where a fellow passenger asks me how I feel about Mubarek and the Egyptian Revolution. I try to be a bit ambiguous, not sure who ...
... the sink.
The sun sets behind the mountains as we walk to dinner.
We dine in the gigantic dining room amongst hundreds of people. This is the largest hotel complex I have ever seen and the amount of people here is mind-boggling. Each buffet serving area is beautifully arranged but packed with people. As you stand in line for the salad, someone else simply ...