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Saw a turtle yesterday, swam with it for about 5 minutes before it decided that it casually needed some air. It glided up through the clear blue, and for some reason I was reminded of a scene from Star Wars... A big spaceship takes off and flies away from coruscant, and it looked like a turtle... Sort of. And no I'm not that gay that I remember scenes from Star Wars that well, but we watched it the night before. Cuensiconses of a photographic memory. It was either that or a ...
... hopefully it'll be worth it. This afternoon we went to a place called Eel Garden, so named because of all the grass eels coming up from the surface, which do the Mexican wave as you pass over the top of them. Very hypnotic. Got very chilly though over the course of the day! The wind is starting to pick up and just makes everyone freeze completely. I forgot to say the other day about a night out I had, where me ...
... me not to go to St Katherine's Monastery after a few tourists were kidnapped - a place around the corner from here. I did hear that a couple of Americans who were kidnapped and released shared their very positive experience - free food and accommodation, plus get to experience the way that Egyptian people live. Now there's an optimistic couple! Dahab seems nice so far and I've been hassled far less here. It's also great to go out at night ...
... and stunning. The night is mild, right now, and I feel warm – food, more tea and a wee shot of vodka to sustain me. Alan watches a movie on his iphone and I play with my computer. The boys chat in Bedouin which always sounds a bit like they are arguing about politics or sports.
Is it bedtime yet? Not yet, the stars and moon are just getting ready for the nightly show in the desert of Sinai. Ah, yes, and another spot of ...
... it could not have been more
annoying. Of the entire top of 2224m Mt Sinai I sit next to the crazy! I put my
iPod in, the first song “Circle of Life”, cheesey perfection. The sun broke
through the red sky and within minutes was a full yellow ball floating above
the jagged mountains. That’s the moment we had come for. Genie found us and
started rambling, “Tara…here…find… ;45 minutes…lost” What? ...
- Swimming pool