So where's the reckless part? Well, it was on the camel ride. I was young - about 19. My camel herder/ guide guy led the camel a long way from the crowd. I could see the crowds of people waiting for camel rides, but they were only tiny dots in the distance. We were pretty alone out there in the desert. Once we were alone, he began to bully me about giving him a tip. We had been told by our Egyptian hosts that we were already paying a lot to ride, and if we wanted to tip, it shouldn't be more than one American dollar. It may have been pretty reckless to refuse the guide, but I did. I don't repond well to being bullied. Never have. After a lot of badgering and verbal bullying, he told me to get off the camel. He said he was going to leave me alone in the desert. I told him, "That's fine. I can walk back. And when I get there, I'll be sure to tell your boss what you did."
He took me back - on the camel. Without a tip. And, I talked to his boss anyway. I think he got fired. Poor schmuck. He tried to bully the wrong tourist.
What about you? How have you been reckless?