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... about, and now I have pretty much no money left. I've already emailed a place in case I don't get the job at Jamie's back. Next month or so is going to be difficult financially but hopefully it'll all work out well, it's only money after all. Me and Matt are off for a snorkel I believe! Then a nice relaxing night dive tonight. Lots of love to all of you back home and see you soon. I cannot ...
... the 3rd floor, the workshop. In the corner 5 men sat smoking a shisha and cigarettes at the same time, not talking, just looking. For me, the atmosphere was quite menacing. Charlotte however was loving it, picking out piece after piece of jewellery, and then being surprised when the price was completely exorbitant, as I knew it would be. They haggled for what felt like ages, and then she complained about the workmanship, finally asking for a brand new one to be ...
... And on to Tel Aviv where we are now, our last night in Israel before flying out tomorrow lunch time. We land in Rome tomorrow night, spend the day there and then head for home.
We had tea by the beach tonight and then have been relaxing and repacking in our room. The boys have both been doing uni assignments to keep up to date…so gradually real life is creeping back in…can’t believe it’s nearly over.
Looking forward to seeing everyone again!! God bless ...
It was tempting, but it's still a little cold for just jumping in - not so much the water, it's the wind when you get out again.
We took the walk pretty slowly, stopping as and when we felt like it to have a break and give the dogs some water. Predictably, they ignored our pleas not to wear themselves out too quickly and took to running off ahead and exploring as many of the hills and ridges as they could.
It showed on the way back, when they were ...
... I am also acquiring a taste for).
Back to Dahab. Here’s the picture: The proper gulf-side town is about 1 mile long. It is a pedestrian only road which is wonderful after the caustic car-horn reverberations of both Cairo and Luxor. It is absolutely beautiful with crystal clear, turquoise blue water. Quiet and peaceful, if you don’t count the Russian children. Crying children to be specific. Crying, snotty nosed, ...