Aqaba Gulf Hotel
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- Tennis Court
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
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... again and Hunter was hooked! So we decided to give them a scuba diving class to become certified divers. Which meant we now needed to stay in warm, relaxing Tala Bay a few more days!
It felt in some ways we had left Jordan. Aqaba has almost no garbage, everyone stops for pedestrians and in our area we didn't ever hear the call to prayer. It's a great vacation spot esp if you love to dive. ( We used Red Sea Divjng and thought ...
... into the desert.
The landscape is so different you could feel like you are on another planet with gigantic rock formations rising like ships on a sea of sand and the sand itself changing colour from deep red to golden brown in front of you.
Our first stop was at a Bedouin tent area to have lunch which we had pre-packed, we also got to scale a red sand hill for a view of the surrounding area. Brendon spotting a old snowboard grabbed it and headed for ...
... to provide the expectant traveller with a new experience when there is not much here?........the people though are very nice, friendly, moderate and tollerant beings that make you feel welcome. We opted for a 10 hour tour 100+ miles through the desert today to the Ancient City of Petra - and although the 2.5hr bus trip was as interesting as watching paint dry - the result when you get there was ...
... the shore that hadn’t probably seen many westerners in a long time. More and more young kids and teens greeted us as they passed by. One young teen stopped and asked: ‘Where are you from?’
Roisin replied: ‘Liverpool’
The teen said: ‘Wycombe?’
I then said ‘No, Liverpool!’
‘Yes,’ the teen continued, ‘Wycombe to Jordan’. The young lady had obviously welcomed me to her country ...
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 ...