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... marine life and coral formations were beautiful, intricate and plentiful. This was my first shore dive so there were few divers and no boats to stir everything up. Our final destination for the Egypt leg was the Red Sea beach camp, close to the town of Nuweiba. The town was occupied by Israel following the six day war and was not reclaimed by Egypt until 1982. During this time, Israel had developed the site with roads, buildings, resorts and houses and it was up ...
... Nuweiba at 10am after checking AB Maritime’s (boat owner) website which stated the fast ferry left the port at 5pm (this was the only bus available if you’re wondering why i was so early) and that I had to be there 2 hours prior for customs. I sat with Mary (a Pom who I climbed Mt Sinai with the day before) in a coffee shop to kill time, Mary was getting the bus to Israel at 3pm for the second week of her Easter pilgrim. After speaking ...
We have spent the past 3 days relaxing, swimming, snorkeling and eating here along the Red Sea Coast. Tomorrow we leave Egypt and head for Jordan.
We arrived here on the Sinai Peninsula by plane from Luxor. It was quite an interesting flight seeing just how desolate this country really is. We flew over the northern tip of the Red Sea, close to the Suez Canal – I thought of you Nana and how strange this land must have looked to ...
Neal: As much fun as I've had on this little journey, I'm sure one day I'll look back on it and laugh.
Del: [giggles] Are you sure?
Neal: [starts chuckling] Oh God. I'm laughing already.
- Neal (Steve Martin) & Del (John Candy). "Planes, Trains & Automobiles"
Coming off our high from the big climb, we were in bed by about 9pm, knowing we'd be saying goodbye to Egypt and Dahab the next day. We called Dahab home ...
... to ensure it would continue after death. Amazingly Egypt was not ruled by the Egyptians from the time of the Pharaohs until General Nasser. His coup in 1952 succeeded and the Albanian and very fat King Farouk was the last foreign ruler to leave. He began his reign popular, a king at age 16, pledging to serve, but he soon preferred shopping abroad to his duties at home.
Finally we left Cairo, and the Eid family who have been our saviours here and unbelievably ...