My pace was rather slow yesterday, and as I got close to the city of Taba the streets became flooded with ambulances. I pedaled around a rocky cliff and saw a line of cars waiting to cross a check point into the city. The fully armed patrol guard, refused to tell me what was going on but said “City is closed today, come back tomorrow”. I was at least 30 km from the nearest super market and was completely out of food and water. I pushed Gaby up a steep, rocky side road and camped, boiling water scavenged from the road side.
Today I cycled into Israel and passed the above wreckage kilometers from the Israeli border. Yes…. I am scared.
Thank you for continuing to share your journey with us. I am very appreciative of the window into worlds I will never personally experience, but I’m also concerned about your health and safety. Please take care.
Thanks Nancy, I am quite safe now in the Kingdom of Jordan, and should be fine throughout Israel.
Life is like a mirror… he is a nice guy, with a good energy. I met him in Serbia. He is in the hands of life and in there, he is protected ! Peace and Out from Germany. Go ahead bro…
Jooooliian Wooong! 😉
I hadn’t checked up on you in a while and today thoughts and memories of you floated through my mind…and now as i am reading over your recent posts i am quite nervous 😐 i pray you are well!! I will be checking for a new post daily!
You are in inspiration!
Stay strong & be well my dear friend!
Thanks Vanessa! Good to hear from you! I am doing well now, and thanks for the prayers. Keep in touch