Al Zatari

King Talal Street, Aqaba, Jordan | 2 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Aqaba

The Adventure Continues!

A travel blog entry by ritawritatravel


... it’s safe to say unless someone pulled out an iphone, it didn’t get recorded.

The storm continued throughout the night as our CEO (Chief Experience Officer) didn’t sleep a wink. While the morning was dry enough for the camel ride, it was delayed, which had a few panicking as it was originally supposed to leave at 530am for the sunrise – by the time we awoke, the sun had already risen. Fresh after the storm, the landscape looked renewed and ...

Proverbial Day We'll Never Forget

A travel blog entry by nellieva


... tickets. Ironically, no official ever verified our ticket at the gate, and we simply drove in. Once past there, the shysters (as I called them) were not to be seen again until we drove out the following morning.

It was no problem to find our guide while once inside. I parked and a man approached, using my name as his bona fides to prove that he in fact DID work for Mehedi. We followed him through this ramshackle town, which was not much more than a small grid ...

Aqaba where the flies swarm around in their 1000s

A travel blog entry by chris-roisin


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We turned in to what looked like an archaeological site. This still seemed to be a working site as there were still cords marking out areas yet to be excavated. This was the ancient Islamic city of Ayla. Although the gate to this site was only ajar so not quite the invitation to ‘take a look’ that we would expect, signs were dotted around the site in both English and Arabic so I guess it was open to the public!!

We carried on heading toward the marina. ...

Last day of holidays

A travel blog entry by salmorton01


Today we struggled to decide what to do as we felt we had seen enough of the Red Sea resorts so we set off on foot to explore the local markets. First stop was the food and vegetable markets that were teeming with locals. The vegetables were all very poor quality and not a great variety. The butchers all had dead goats hanging in their shop windows, highly enticing! Our walk continued through various other ...

"Have a Blessed Hajj"

A travel blog entry by ellengoeseast


... rain in over a year.

As it was Friday,prayers were playing over the radio, some of the people on the bus quietly singing along. The bus driver didn't seem fazed by the speed limit of 60km an hour, and steered the bus with 120 through the desert and mountains, only to slow down for some goats crossing the road, and in Dahab, along the way to Nuweiba. Even in Dahab, there wasn't much to see but the bus station, although as it turned out when we ...


This 2 star hotel, located on King Talal Street, Aqaba, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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