Canyon Beach Resort

Taba, Red Sea and Sinai, Egypt | 4 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Taba

Air Jordans

A travel blog entry by kiwislop

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... visit a castle on the way there, but there were some strikes in Jordan that day because they'd just put the price up for milk, bread and petrol, so the guide played it safe and kept us away from the action. He thought the government (and the king) would relent anyway after seeing the protests so it all seemed like a bit of a waste of time. Funny think about the king of Jordan. His dad looked like a better version of Sean Connery, his mother was hot and ...

Wadi Rum camp

A travel blog entry by helen-wositzky

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... the chaos. Was surprised how bustling Amman was given it was Sunday evening, the place full of people, cars, stalls all along the roads, the market in full swing etc. A last meal of falafel, hommus etc at an alleyway cafe with plastic tables & no toilet before we headed out to the airport.

Leaving the car there our time in Jordan was at an end. And now off to Venice for something completely different.











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Petra

A travel blog entry by ospry

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... side of the Sig that takes water from the top by gravity flow. There are carvings in the rock of venerated figures. Many tombs of various sizes; cisterns cut into rocks; obelisks, alters, homes; large courtyards cut out of stone; stairways chiseled from rock; a theatre with seating for 5,000; drainage channels; and elaborate friezes, capitals, and columns are all merely a sample of ...

Vacation Purgatory

A travel blog entry by dvoogd

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... 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. ...

Aqaba aquatics

A travel blog entry by billnpat

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... relaxed breakfast at an open-air restaurant on the beach, we packed up the car and drove to the more southern beach which had a slightly calmer vibe. There were lots of families playing and picnicking, and only the very occasional westerners.

Jeremy and Julian and Bill went snorkeling here. There were great coral beds just off shore, with the usual multi-coloured schools of tropical fish. 8 year old Julian kept right up, swimming a good couple of hundred metres off shore for ...

 

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