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Travel Blogs from Aqaba
... Michael slept through most of it. Liz fared a little better that day but went downhill the next, sleeping most of the day. We both hope to be fit enough to cope with the long, hot walk into Petra tomorrow. If not, there will be another couple of desiccated skeletons on the side of the road to Petra. Every time someone coughs now I'm going to kick them in the ...
... on the beach.. So Middle East! Over the water, we could see Egypt and Eliat.. Three countries from one place! The beaches were completely empty because of Ramadan, so there were very few men to heckle me, especially because I made the trip with 3 guys who were able to deter the men pretty easily. Definitely got into “Bro Mode” after having to be surrounding by the ******* and guy-talk. Either way, though, we had a blast. We ate dinner at a ...
... be a bit nasty, do not know why.
Rich walked all over town, down to the beautiful beach and got lost. Good thing he had a map. He decided to stop by a coffee shop near the spa and just hang out and wait for me.
About two hours later, I appeared with my newly polished nails and toes. While in the spa room, I had an opportunity to speak with a Muslim lady. She had been married for 38 years and had 4 children, all of whom were ...
... stained place of utter hopelessness’. I couldn’t have imagined anything worse but then I really understood when one of our group, battling with an upset stomach made several impromptu visits to the station bathrooms. Hell is better than that.
After an eternity we were separated from the natives and ushered through the docklands to the ferry. No-one really knew what to do with us, put your bags here.. no bring them inside. Line-up behind the arabs, ...
... us, we feel like queens and kings wherever we go!!
I've been blown away by the massive structures and land forms here. We started out on Day 1 with a visit to the ancient town of Jerash, which was originally built by the Greeks about the 5th Century BC. In its day, it was composed of 10 cities, and the site extends forever. However, in 62 AD, the Romans built over the site and remained there until about the 7th Century AD, when the trading routes moved ...
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- Swimming pool