Aqaba Gulf Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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Monday saw us depart Arad and head south. We travelled through much of the Negev desert stopping at the home of Ben Gurion, the father of the Israeli state, and Ilan Ramon, the first Israeli astronaut who tragically died on the Discovery voyage that burned up on re-entry to earth. We then drove straight through the ...
... 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 ...
... the return is an additional €200!! Whatever the reason, if you are not on an official tour, the ship won’t wait for you if you are delayed.
We managed to dodge the main swarm but some stragglers were hiding around the corner. We crossed the busy road and left the last of the local tour guides standing, clutching their grubby maps. We were soon forgotten, though, as the taxi drivers turned their attention to the next shuttle bus that had just turned in to the car ...
... in about 1300AD, when the people outgrew Ayla. Next to the castle was the mosque, the heritage museum, the harbour (as the port city was a thriving fishing village), and The Great Arab Revolt Plaza dominated by a huge flagpole and Jordanian flag, no doubt to remind Israel on the other side of the bay that they are a great and proud nation. It was at this plaza that the revolt against the Ottomans germinated, which eventually led to the fall of the Ottoman Dynasty, which the Turks are ...
... which was very impressive. I even got to drive the vehicle for about half an hour through endless sand tracks and desert. Amjed then took over again and took us for a very blokey hoon over the sand dunes. It was a great trip. We even saw e remains of a small block house where Lawrence of Arabia was supposed to have stayed. We arrived at the Bedouin camp after about 2 hours belting around the desert. It was very well set up with a central tent for eating and socializing and then a ...