AquisTaba Paradise Resort
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Travel Blogs from Taba
Well,how do you start with making positive comments for a struggling tourism destination? Firstly, the people here are very friendly, moderant and very tolerable & welcoming. The worst thing about being a middle class 'Westener' from a country so blessed as Australia, is that you see the different face of the world through another country.Well,how do you start with making positive comments in a place that ...
... hey, how often do you get to swim in the Red Sea?
We only had one night in Aqaba; in retrospect we should have skipped Eilat and come directly here (the Intercontinental was both cheaper and a couple of orders of magnitude nicer than the place we stayed in Eilat). Learn from our experiences, reader; go to Jordan. The next day we had breakfast, did some schoolwork, took another quick swim, and met our driver at 1:00 for the trip to Wadi ...
... and were even able to meet up with our Jordanian friend Lina -- another friend from our time in Hanoi -- who only happened to be back in the country for a day and a half. While in Amman, we also took advantage of our proximity to some well-preserved Greco-Roman ruins and made a short jaunt out of the city to check them and the town of Jerash out.
Saturday, April 13th - Aqaba:
Saturday was our last day in Jordan, so our travels took us south along the Dead ...
... on the castle, so I’m not sure why we couldn’t go there. Our hotel was quite cheap in Taba. It included breakfast and dinner and this was the first hotel I have ever stayed in that was so close to the border. The Israel border was only 20 feet away. There was a point in history when Taba belonged to Israel. I’m not sure when it was won or given back to Egypt.
... the heat. It was the longest 200m in 40 degree Celsius heat with my pack and Lucky’s pack. Once we reached the boat we dropped our bags off in a separate container and cut the queue once again. The perks of being in a tour group, I guess! We handed our passports to the official on the boat and Sophie took the lead to ensure that our passports would be safe as all of us were a little nervous giving our passports away. Nearly all of us went to the front of the boat; ...