The road is empty. There are not many tourists on the way to the Red Canyon. We can only see soldiers passing by with their vans. When you look more closely you can sense the military activity in the region. Nearby the road it’s possible to spot the Israeli bunkers, but also the Egyptian military shelters and serious looking soldiers who are keeping watch on the other side of the border. It feels like we are entering a battlefield, but we still continue or way to the Red Canyon.
We find the location and go from the main road into the Israeli desert. The road is sandy and you can smell the dust. It’s a nice contrast between the quiet desert and my little brother talking loudly in the car. I enjoy the environment and look into the landscape of sand dunes to spot some animals and plants.
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