VClub Valtur Tiran Beach
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- Tennis Court
- Minbar in room
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... a lot... Went to the gym yesterday and felt so **** I decided to pack the session in! Never happened to me before. I decided it was due to low blood sugar and preceded to eat lots of chocolate and biscuits and I did actually feel better! Doctor JJ. ARGH IM SO TIIIIIIIIREEEEEEEEEED! I think an early night tonight, and that'll start the buildup to the hard hitting rugby weekend! On Friday I'm home in two weeks as well! (Goes to stand up off the bed, fails, lays back and closes ...
... his boat trip for a week so that'll put a dampener on things, I'm gonna be lonely! Last night we sat around the fire at funny mummy and spoke mainly about religion, but about lots of other stuff as well, and very very deeply, it was a good conversation. To stop me going insane from boredom I've put a load of books into my iPhone and hopefully they'll keep me amused and my mind off home. Turns out I'll be visiting Cairo on Saturday! ...
... freezing (again, I can hear the laughter of my UK mates) - so it seems the sea is finally heating up, always a bonus.
I'm heading back to the UK next weekend for a short break, so I'm hoping by the time I get back the water will be clearer and warmer. I'm hoping for a good summer of diving and plan to jump in with my camera soon too - it's been far too long since I took any photos underwater.
... monastery it was PACKED!!!!! In addition to those staying somewhere on the peninsula, there were others who'd flown in from other parts of Egypt and from Israel. The latter were Christian tourists/pilgrims visiting the various holy sites. So different from the last time when the place was almost empty.
Our guide was dazed and confused. Most of the folks on the tour were sold a different trip. We were told we'd have 2 hours at the site and would be back in our hotel before ...
... a Bedouin camel. Bedouins offer camel rides all over the beaches here. We passed herds of camels and tourists gathering together for amusing and bumpy rides. Topped with wide-eyed tourists, these camels stroll along the beach single file, like those silly touristy horseback trail rides, with those depressing institutionalized animals that know only one speed – slow – keeping an exact two foot distance between their nose and the tail ...