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... were lovely, and now I find myself a finding-slugs-addict, also called nude-branches (the name originates from Latin so that's definitely not the way to spell it). They're basically tiny underwater slugs, always really colourful, pretty rare, and now a goal for me to see. And today I saw 3! One was called a Rupus Wartslug (I think) and the other two I am yet to look up.
The wind today though was the windiest day of ...
... and listen to his historical guide spiel which I no longer cared for at all. We got inside the pyramid site to find more Egyptians than tourists, greatly outnumbering them in fact. They offered souvenirs, camel and horse rides (all the animals looking entirely underfed and malnourished) and just say around leering at any tourist they could. After saying 'no thank you' well over 20 times, and taking a couple of photos, we finally got inside the great pyramid! There ...
Dahab is one of those places that is beautiful had a good thing going tourist flocked to by the bunched businessmen saw potential built and built then the bottom dropped out when the revolution and instability of country hit with ...
... did find it. Instead grabbed a quick uneventful lunch on Tahrir Square and went straight to the museum. We got a guide, a man who I think said his name was Mahout or something similar. We dropped the cameras off (sob) as they weren't allowed inside. Mahout was going to show us the highlights of the museum for about 90 minutes and I must say he was worth it as the place is a maze. He took us to all the key displays including the findings from within Tuktankhamun's ...
... included walking another kilometre across to a building we could see in the distance which would be the Israeli border entrance. The wind was blowing across my hair and I loved the feel of walking into a new country on foot. I swore to do more overland travelling.
As we walked into the building the immediate change was fascinating. There is something that seems slightly dodgy about Egypt. It is dirty and unorganised and there is a strong male presence. Walking into ...