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... we made it up the camel trail, up 700 uneven stairs and then waited in a tea house. Even though I had brought snacks with Duane, I went ahead and bought a cup of noodles just because it was hot. Right before the sun rose, we climbed the remaining 150 steps to the top. It was even colder here but I do not know what e temperature actually was. I do know that it zapped all the power out of my battery. I also know that when the sun came up I ...
I'm sitting in the hotel (wifi is working shock horror crash) itching to go out for food and eat tons and tons of pancakes tonight! Mmmm chocolate and fruit and ice cream and lemon and sugar and chocolate and strawberries and jam and toffee and mmmmmmm... At least I know my daily trips to the gym will have all been worth it... #NOT Like the hashtag there? I'm a new twitter tweeter **** and I am following many things and being followed by fewer things... But ...
After an incredibly early morning get up (5 45) me and will walked to the centre, to get the car at 6 45 to go to the boat that would take us to Gabr El Bint, a dive site about an hour and a bit south of Dahab. When we got there we were told it was cancelled! That didn't put us in the best mood, and we had to return to the dive centre. After trying to find breakfast, failing and then returning, we found out the wind had stopped and the trip was back on! The boat was amazing and so ...
... and necks. No sanitised packs of skinned chicken breasts here!
The thing that most shops have in common is their design: the equivalent of a lock-up garage, with no windows, just an open frontage which can be locked up at night, customised by stocking it high with a particular commodity and surrounding it with lots of colourful signs.
The rubbish disposal ...
When you're travelling in tour groups you often have many days in a row where you just travel, travel, travel with little pauses for siteseeing and then you're exhausted. That's been my last two days. The overnight train from Luxor to Cairo was not as nice of an experience compared to the train to Aswan. I slept for about 6 hours, so 7 hours sleep in two nights meant that I felt like a zombie. But still I ...