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Egypt : al-Wādiy al-Jadīd

229.0 km (142.2 miles) WSW of Qasr al-Farāfira, al-Wādiy al-Jadīd, Egypt
Approx. altitude: 343 m (1125 ft)
([?] maps: Google MapQuest Multimap world confnav)
Antipode: 26°S 154°W

Accuracy: 10 m (32 ft)
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#2: Looking East #3: Looking South #4: Looking West #5: GPS display #6: The BoyZ #7: Whose GPS is right???

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  26°N 26°E  

#1: Looking North

(visited by Angus Rolle, Murat, Lee Sears, Titoff, Basil Abulata, Chris Nehring, Peter Gaballa, Peter Jorgensen, Martin Moorhouse, Tron Reinertsen, Martin Gaballa and Amr)

11-Nov-2006 -- "I waz in za desert of za gret sand see, and I waz at tewent six tewent six. No bady haze far bin zere before. We waz and always well be the honly beepols who arrive there. Meny meny sand mauentens there, wiz quwek sand zat can sewallow any bady. Za treb was dangeros and foul of adfenchurs. I am the honly hone thaz made it back, all ather beebols died in za sand. I am za desert specialist, I mean berofeshional. Terust me I am za best guyd. And thankes"

Desert Fox Egsebeditions, into the Sahara weset of al-Waḥāt.

Ali Baba Desert trib Combany

Special thanks to Peter Gaballa from Egypt Off-road for his services in getting to the confluence point... as well as Silica Glass... and a couple of thousand kilometers of beer fuelled great sand sea exploring.


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#1: Looking North
#2: Looking East
#3: Looking South
#4: Looking West
#5: GPS display
#6: The BoyZ
#7: Whose GPS is right???
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