Turquoise Beach Hotel
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... term but unless monitored will quickly revert back to the lax attitude of before. There is a very high military presence around the airport and more checkpoints at entry roads to the resort areas. So the Sharm feels very safe, at least on the ground ( & even more so under the sea ) . The lack of tourists has meant there is no work for me at the moment, but at least i don't rely on it. However on a positive note, the reefs are quiet, and there's no queues at the bar ; ...
... 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' ...
... along the Nile on the way home. This was going to add at least an hour to our drive, making us arrive back at the ship long after it was supposed to have sailed. The drivers were quite upset about that, guns were brandished, and soon the drivers' licenses were confiscated, a police escort joined us, and we set off up the Nile. It was actually very interesting because we travelled through towns and cities all along it, seeing the real people walking around, living their normal ...
... views until we met up with a group od Bedhouins with their many camels. Here we changed our mode of transport when we were all given a camel for a forty minute ride to the Bedhouin tents. We were given sweet aromatic tea and unleavened bread as refreshment, all made whilst we watched on with our guide telling us about their lifestyle. The government had at one stage provided them ...