Club Inn Eilat
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Tennis Court
- Kids pool
- Microwave in room
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... She then asked me what my job was...as I said admin. "Oh, computers?". I nodded "Why do computer people always travel alone?". As I laughed this off I then got the standard "Welcome to Israel" as I was handed my passport and allowed to re-enter the country and continue my journey.
On my final full day, I woke up in Eilat, and took a little tour of the city, heading down to the beach, before taking the bus back up to Tel Aviv.
... toastie but tasted incredible.
With the gluttony over it was time to head home to our hotel as we had an early wake up for a trip to Wadi Rum in the morning but either feeling the need to work off dinner or simply prudent planning Brendon grabbed a 10L bottle of water that he then had to carry home.
Deja vu early start and breakfast we were on our bus and heading south towards the desert of Wadi Rum.
Wadi Rum is as rich in history as it is famous. ...
... from a plane I’ve ever seen. I got to see Tel Aviv, the Dead Sea, the Jordanian mountains, Aqaba, and Eilat. Plus, it was short, only 35 minutes, so that was quite nice.
I got off the plane to be pleasantly surprised that it was only 27*C (80*F). I was afraid it was going to be a lot hotter. I dropped my bags off at my hostel, which was only a quick eight minute walk from ...
... way into. Wind rushing through the vertical sides quite refreshing. Florence of Arabia and Omar Good Grief scramble out.
Another short drive to a "sand dune". Told it's a great view from the top. Proceed up the steep hill of sand. One step forward. Slide back. One step forward. Slide back. Equals. Hard work. Like climbing brother-in-law's grain store except no pesky nieces chucking wheat at you or trying to push you over. Puffing and panting. Half way up is sufficient. Can ...
... normally limits their dive groups to maximum of 4 people. This was the type of one to one instruction I was looking for in a dive class.
My instructor, David, picked me up at the Club Inn on Coral Beach and took me into dive shop/Shulamit's home. There I meet Shulamit, who was conducting an Enriched Air Diver course for a Finnish couple. Here I picked up my course book and gear; then David and I headed back towards Coral Beach to a place they ...