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... began a city tour, where we took in the Egyptian museum with, predictably, lots of ancient Egyptian stuff. Apparently there's nothing else worth displaying in the museum besides old stuff they've found in tombs from a bazillion years ago. I started to wish they'd mix it up and included some other stuff, like say a Pokemon exhibition or some pictures of cats playing the piano. No such luck though and they didn't have a suggestion box, either. On the ...
... another 5 people joining us the following day. We were driven in bus around a few of the streets of Aqaba, arriving at our hotel Ra’ed. Same issues again with tipping kitty. Were told about optional tour we could do tomorrow – snorkelling. Damian was pretty keen so we put our hands up. Damian and I wanted to eat so we walked around, found KFC (pretty awful burger but ate some of it), headed back to hotel. Mike and I had a massive ...
... met along the way who might be able to have an opinion on my opinions to do a mini review of my time in Africa and sum up the highs and lows of half a year in the third world, a sort of Richard List of Africa. I am not going to suggest for one moment that I will tell all or even go to an emotional level of what I have learned in my time, more a tabloid hit list of hits and misses for everyone to enjoy. So here goes.
Without a doubt the best place ...
... to sign off on our departure or ensure our return or something along these lines. We were pretty furious and not getting a lot of information from anyone. After the ferry left we were told that there would be one more in about five hours at one pm and our tour agent assured us we would have everything worked out by then and we would be in Jordan by that afternoon. We were all fairly exhausted so we slept on the wooden benches by the dock for awhile. ...
... their car insurance and filling up with 15c per litre gasoline.
Aqaba is a full sized port and resort city. There are some top drawer resort hotels at the head of the bay where the Europeans hang out, then a much more lively sprawl of budget restaurants, shops and hotels for local holidaying families, then commercial port facilities, and further south, some delightful public beaches with great snorkeling and more families enjoying the Eid holidays.
Our hotel was in the ...
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