Club Hotel Eilat
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... still worth the effort of getting there. After passing this, I was then finally allowed to make my way to the border control. "Why are you coming to Israel" said the border guard - "Oh for God's sake...here we go again, can't she just ask the lady I just told my life story to?!" I thought to myself as I rolled my eyes..."I am holidaying" I said, before she asked me the standard, "who do I know in Israel?", "Where do they ...
... Negev Desert towards Tel Aviv. We decided to take an interesting side trip through another natural crater. It looked fairly straight forward on the map, but when we plugged it into the GPS, we knew we were in trouble, It included 18 hairpin turns straight up - and down - a very steep and narrow road (more like a goat track). White knuckle driving, but incredible views. We arrived in Tel Aviv mid afternoon ...
... my bags and everything like usual, and then they said "we are asking because we’re concerned your bag may contain an explosive." Oh ok then, that’s nice. Just so you know, there was not an explosive device in my bags.
I finally got through the security checkpoint and got on the plane to head south to Eilat. The flight was absolutely brilliant. It was one of the most ...
... of the moutains. Their epic scale. Truly awesome views. Reminiscent of Monument Valley in USA.
Arriving at Khazali Canyon, the boy jumps out, points in the general direction of a mountain, simply says, "It's over there by the tree" and promptly wanders off for a brew in the Bedouin tent flogging the usual tourist tat. He's not exactly endearing himself to a tip.
Canyon further than first thought because of no sense of scale but it's an amazing canyon that you can ...
My primary object during my stay in Eilat was to get my advanced open water diver certification. For the non-divers, after the initial certification you can get more training in specialty dives. After completing an underwater navigation course, dive deeper than 60 feet and 3 other specialty dives of my choice, I will be certified. I did some research on Tripadvisor and decided to contact Shulamit's Diving Adventures. Shulamit is a mid 50's woman, who runs an intimate dive ...