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... be tickled under the chin but I think I'll give that a miss... It was indeed sad to see my brother go, very sad indeed. I felt very lonely all of a sudden, not having actually thought about what would happen after he left. However soon you may be getting an entry from Sam, written back in England in between his fun fun job. I'll leave the main stories to him. But yes back to ...
... and I can't wait! Dogs and cats are everywhere, as are small shops, everyone smokes and tries to sell you stuff, taxi drivers are crazy and pull up next to you, shouting 'TAXI?!' at you! I'm sure I'll get used to it all. The place is rugged but beautiful, and the sun is lovely. It's nice to be in the true Egypt, and to experience something completely new, I just didn't realise it'd be this new! More updates to ...
... being sold
By three pm the place was packed with families, lots of children. Seemed everyone in Aasala and areas around where here for the market.
Water and Beach in front of Sheikh Salem
The water is pristine and clear with good snorkeling, shallow enough for swimming for those who can't with pockets for those who can. We saw stone fish and lots of species around. When the water is calm is it magical . When the water is rough ...
... was also getting towards low tide by the time we were almost at the Blue Hole, so you could see some of the amazing rocks more clearly.
The sea has eroded away the bottom of many of them, so you have these huge boulders balanced on a rather insubstantial piece of rock.
As we got closer to the Blue Hole, Boudy and Bella realised it would soon be time to go back on their leads and decided to run ahead of us (and not come back) - Marmaduke was too tired to care I ...
... in she could have gone through the canyon with me she says. I don’t think any amount of ropes with knots in would have gotten Kat through that canyon…
(Kat: Instead of a rope, our guide (5'4" guide and 120 pounds) insisted on trying to pull us up the rock faces - not what I considered a trustworthy backup! I have too much trip left to risk falling down a canyon!)
Our last stop after lunch was to see sand dunes. Our driver was either a ...