Days Inn Hotel Aqaba
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... will be said about that tomorrow. As for today, it seems we are going very slowly, the channel is quite narrow, and for the first time we are seeing offshore oil platforms, but none are so close that we can photograph them.
A quiet afternoon is spent reading, relaxing and drinking tea. However there was drama to come. During the course go the voyage we have become accustomed to the regular fire ...
... yet. Either that or he is not used to tourists!!
We could see the ship from where we stood and gauged that we had already walked half way back to the port. We could turn back and walk to the shuttle bus or carry on walking and head back to the ship on foot. I wanted to visit the fort and heritage museum, both on the water front and not too far from the port entrance.
Aqaba fort, otherwise known as Aqaba Castle or Mamluk fort was originally built by the Mamluk ...
... for 2-3hrs in the heat or wanting a flea ridden donkey ride, so give the Monastery a miss. Retreat back to the Treasury and the sun is now illuminating the entire facade for that Kodak moment.
Surprised by the number of tourists now. Earlier they'd been few and far between but now the coach loads are arriving from Amman & Aqaba. Not seen this many tourists since Istanbul which seems an age away.
On the return, see the 12 year old postcard seller ...
... good deal for a couple of small miniature camels. Although she later agreed that there was a miscommunication between her and the owner.
The journey continued and we came across some natural arcs on the side of the mountains. As we arrived to this place in the distance we could see a camel rider charging towards us with another camel. He was selling camel rides and Vittoria rode a camel to where the natural arcs were. At this arc nearly all of us except Adele climbed up ...
... of the port.
I decided to walk out of the port and try and find the taxi that is supposed to be waiting for us. I went to walk through the gate and three customs officials appeared from nowhere, and wanted to know what I’m doing. I want to leave the port and look for a taxi I say. OK they say just give us your passport to look at. No problem but I don’t have it… my wife has it. So, they say, you are trying to enter Egypt without a passport. Well ...