The sun continued to rise and it was wonderful. Everything glowed in its light. The day was fairly quiet compared to my usual routine. Basically, I ate, slept, swam and ate some more. It was very restful but I don't think I could do something like that from days on end. A couple of days was more than enough.
Part 1 is here in case you want to find out more about going to the Bedouin camp by the red sea.
And the rest of the pictures are here:
How I would love to wake up to this every day.
Look at that person welcoming the sun.
Just looking at this photo makes me smile.
I tried to take a picture of myself using the timer.Kinda fail.
Good morning Sarah!
She brought a small keyboard with her.
Good morning Bec!
This girl is such a free spirit.
A free spirit who does yoga.
Stretch those muscles.
I can't even reach my toes.
Sudanese tea FTW!
People having breakfast.
Love those mountains.
This was only around 7 am. Already it felt like noon.
Man, I want to take a dip!
Part 3 and 4 to follow!
Don't scroll down.
So yeah, I was took a picture of myself to check for sunburns. But I'm going to use these pictures in a separate post on some health goals. Since I'm turning, ahem, 30 this year, I want to set some simple goals for myself, one of which is to lose all the fat and be healthier. Only so I can do more for and with my family, friends and the people I hope to serve in the future.
I made a terrible mistake of posting this on FB and horrifying several friends. hahaha. I apologize. I wanted to post it as a reminder of my health goals. Immediately I got embarrassed and deleted it. But I'm posting it here in my blog where not many people visit. So don't judge me! I warned you not to scroll down.