Bedouin Moon Village
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... not have enough money but after some discussion the shopkeeper gave us the items anyway. Somewhat relieved we arrived back on the ship at about 1300. After lunch Jo went to a film ‘The Armstrong Lie’, a documentary about ‘the most sophisticated, professionalized, and successful doping programme that sport has ever seen’. After dinner the show was at 10 pm so we decided to watch a video in our room before ...
... you to a guide who speaks a semblance of English...hell (God, or whichever deity you pray to) knows his English is better than my Hebrew! Anyway...you go out into the "dangerous" state of Israel and head to the ultimate hot spot of tension...Jerusalem, arriving on a Friday, just as the call to prayer...that's right, the Muslim faith call...is being called from the minarets that dot the white city, and the faithful stream ...
4 days at Sea sailing through Gulf of Aden and the Red Sea and passing Oman, Yemen, Somalia, Saudi Arabia, Egypt and finally docking in Aqaba, Jordan.
Jordan is one of the most fascinating destinations in the Middle East. This country was not blessed with rich oil supplies, its treasures lie in the beauty of the land. The rose-red city of Petra is its most ...
... rifle – only to have him smile broadly, open his arms, and give us a loud "Welcome to Jordan!" He got down on one knee, greeted Elias and Olivia, asked them their names, asked where we were from, and made sure we knew which window to go to next. This ritual was repeated at every stage of the process, including by the gentleman outside who acts as a broker for taxis into Aqaba. The courtesy, hospitality, friendliness, and humor of ...
... what she's used to. The second dive was a wreck dive, which featured a large cargo ship sitting perfectly on its side. The wreck is new enough that it was still fairly well intact, but old enough that a fair amount of coral was growing on it, which was home to many fish.
Also while in Aqaba, we decided to try out a Turkish bath. For those unfamiliar with a Turkish bath, it basically entails getting hot and cold water poured over you, sitting in ...