Isrotel Yam Suf Hotel
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... So thats whats happening.
Well almost. The married Aussie couple have called it quits and have left the trip for good. So thats leaves 3 of us making our own way to Turkey.
As the truck won't get to Turkey for a week, if it goes by ferry from Egypt, I have decided to spend that week in Israel and fly there from Tel Aviv on the 7th to meet up again. The Dutchies are doing the same, but not with me. If it goes through Syria ...
... most importantly, air conditioning. It was my favorite accommodation in Israel, for only $40/night.
Unlike many other places in Israel, secular Eilat doesn’t really play by Shabbat rules. Although I debated the necessity of making a side trip to Jordan, when I realized I could do it during the Sabbath, and reminded myself that I may never be as close to it again, I asked David to help me organize a jaunt to the world-renown ancient city of ...
... visible from the quayside at Aqaba. Finally Saudi Arabia is only down the road. Saudi is not a place that openly welcomes visitors and I understand you can still get stoned for the slightest misdemeanour, and I don’t mean in a Pete Docherty ‘fun’ kind of way, either!!!
Today, there were only 2 official tours available. Petra and Wadi Rhum.
Petra is considered to be one of the great wonders of the world (although I don’t see it ...
... of women. Their a dock that you can walk out on and gaze over at Eliat, Israel and Taba, Egypt… and Saudi Arabia is not far away either. This is truly a unique spot on the globe.
I pull out my guitar and soon am joined by a very respectable group of young fellows—all of them speak perfect English. They listen attentively and then we chat for a bit. They all live in Amman and are here on vacation… ...
... the guide explained they were protected the Russian didn't care. He was building a home in Herzaliya and he wanted them because his neighbor wouldn't have them. When the guide reported the theft and his suspicions about the Russian no one would approach the guy because of his bodyguards. Now 3 large holes remain as a scar on the side of the mountain. The guide showed us the flint stone used as weapons and as knives for circumcisions. I found a fossilized ...
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