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Eat carefully

semi-overcast 34 °C

After that faint abdominal discomfort stirring me in the early hours, I breifly maintained a vain hope that it was only hunger, as I'd skipped dinner.... Like I said, vain hope. Over the balcony at day break I took more notice than I had in previous days, of the veggies being delivered to the resturant next door. They have an easy system in place for the deliveries. The individual veggies are counted off the truck onto the road at the end of the alley.....

The local sewer has had a bit of trouble coping with the weekend increase, but the roads and pavements cope very well as a backup system, and the street coffee shop workers sweep the majority of the liquid along towards the next road, throw a few buckets of sawdust on the wettest patches, and set out the tables for the evening coffee and shisha smoking sessions.

Anyway, all that said, be careful what you eat, you don't always see how it has been handled.

It has been a quieter day today in the menu department for me.

Marty

Posted by Martynjane 06:25 Archived in Egypt

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Shame - hope you're not all suffering! Steer away from those chilled drinks and any form of ice! If you're buying bottles just check for any tampering/evidence of refilling!

Look forward to some more photos...looks just like I remember...

Dollis

by log_dolly

Hi Guys we got your text at 430am :) Don't eat any salads as well they wash it in dirty water. Can't wait to see/hear more. Ma & Pa are coming over today for a late lunch. xxx

by Aaron.Lori

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