Carlton Dead Sea

Dead Sea, Ein Bokek, Dead Sea Region, 86930, Israel | 4 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Ein Bokek

Tale of Two Regions

A travel blog entry by nellieva


... thing you never saw before -- but we parked and made our way in to the castle. As with the one at Ajloun but on a larger scale, there were scores of tunnels, dungeons, and parapets to explore -- far more than that for which we had time or energy. It was from a guide here that we learned that the majority of tourists visiting Jordan come from Malaysia. That came out of left field, but it seemed to be confirmed by the tour groups we saw here in Karak, and later in Petra.

We leave Tel Aviv with a bang

A travel blog entry by primaryendpoint


... below sea level! And the sea bed is another 1,000 feet below that. And it is indeed as salty as advertised—about 34% salt, which is almost ten times the salinity of the oceans.

The Dead Sea, of course, is prominently mentioned in the Bible, being a hiding place for young David, and later a refuge for him when he was King. It was also one of the world’s first health resorts, in this case for Herod the Great. Astounding healing ...

Dead Sea (by Elias)

A travel blog entry by 4tumbleweeds


... a place called Masada. I am going to tell you about Masada. Masada is a place that is on top of a very, very, very, very tall mountain. Masada was an old fort attacked by the Romans. The Jews were inside the fort. The Jews had to make a choice. It was slavery or kill themselves. They killed themselves.

The ...

Into The Desert

A travel blog entry by aaronmc632


... with fresh water NOT by wiping it away with your hands, any open wounds or sores will sting but if you can tolerate it then it's okay, and move in to the water slowly and don't jump in. In any case, it was a fantastic experience. Immediately after walking in the water, both Flora and I could feel that this water was different than any other water we had ever swam in before. It was a bit rocky, so walking in was a little strained but after we got up to our waists, we laid ...

Excavating, finally!

A travel blog entry by cdeal2014


... theoretically I know that there most definitely likely aren't any in my room, whenever I (think) I feel something touching me I'm half convinced that it's a scorpion. After googling them I think I don't want to see one ever again but I bet I will. Simon found another one in his square, and some other smaller, clear ones were found today and yesterday, one in our square by Tareq. Snakes? Fine I guess. Spiders? Less fine but ...


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