Crowne Plaza Hotel Eilat
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... a small ledge to stay warm. Near an observation building, there was a rock outcropping that could be accessed by climbing over a fence. Of course we did it! A small herd of ibexim even climbed out onto the ledge, and David and I were able to get some pictures of them.
Chris wanted all of us to meet back up near the bus by 8:00am for a hike down the side of the crater. As we hiked down the path to the bottom, it was interesting to note the different types ...
... cautiousness gave him a bad impression of all Asian people. On the flip side, at an Egyptian bus station, the man at the counter told me there was no bus to taba (where I was headed). I knew that was untrue and kept pestering him. Sure enough, within minutes he told me there was a bus leaving at noon. I don't understand what he had to gain from lying to me... The egypt-Israel land border crossing is a disaster. You're besieged by Egyptian incompetence on one end and ...
... a scuba diving and snorkeling destination. It being January and in the 50s, there was limited enthusiasm for swimming, but at the observatory we were able to descend into an underwater viewing area located within a reef, where we could watch all varieties of fish, coral, and plants, while remaining warm and dry. There were exhibits with giant sea turtles and stingrays, sharks, and rare fish from the area; ...
... not to have the usual mundane chat of a hairdresser "Are you on your lunch break?" (No I'm having breakfast). "Where you going for your holidays this year?" (Not Ibiza like you). "What you doing this weekend?" (Not going clubbing, drinking myself silly and getting "frisky" every night with a different lad (applies to both male and female hairdressers)). Through the course of limited conversation barber misunderstands and thinks I'm currently working in Irbid. When asked how much it ...
... it was resting in 100 feet of water. Currently, I am only certified to 60 feet...which I hope to change soon. Our tour was along the entire topside of the ship. The really cool part was floating over the gun well. Constantine and Griffin even descended into the gun well for a better look. Anne and I passed. Although I was not required to navigate the group to the wreck, David did expect me to point out the return path.
The next dive was at a site called ...