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... again and Hunter was hooked! So we decided to give them a scuba diving class to become certified divers. Which meant we now needed to stay in warm, relaxing Tala Bay a few more days!
It felt in some ways we had left Jordan. Aqaba has almost no garbage, everyone stops for pedestrians and in our area we didn't ever hear the call to prayer. It's a great vacation spot esp if you love to dive. ( We used Red Sea Divjng and thought ...
After the drama and excitement of yesterday it appears that this will be our final pirate report. It seems we have successfully navigated the high risk pirate seas without attracting any unwanted attention, or collecting any unwanted guests. The downside of this is that the captain has said all the outside lights can be switched back on the ship, which pretty much puts pay to any stargazing of an evening. But ...
... on his camel and trotted away. It just seemed to be the most natural thing in the world; right here, right now!!
Our next mission was to find a shop that sold fridge magnets. Our Aussie friends had all gone to Petra and asked us if we could pick up a fridge magnet with ‘Aqaba’ inscribed thereon. We duly obliged and quickly found a souvenir shop with many interesting trinkets and bric-a-brac. Ready with my haggling head on I asked how much the magnets were.
... walked along the public south beach and hired a paddle boat for a while, which proved to be good leg exercise. I lost my Ozzie cap along the way but managed to find a really good Petra cap when we got back to shore for the vast sum of about $3. Hope it lasts. We also purchased some drinks so we could sit on the beach and watch the sun set over the big container ships in the harbour and over the mountains ...
... although I think the subtle commands from the camel guy helped. After about two hours of cool solo camelling we arrived at wadi rum village and met Okla and Mahmoud who were waiting wit the car. Okla was pleased that Al was well filled with bananas so she didn't cry on the desert. Once in the van we started the short run to Aqaba and the ferry that would take us back to Egypt. Okla booked us a day use room so we were able to shower ...