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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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Travel Blogs from Aqaba
... settled down, and at one point I saw 45 knots ground speed - but the Jepp forecast was spot on and that only lasted less than an hour in the middle Of the trip. The big surprise was the first thing I saw, after the first crack of light, was the food production corner of Saudi!
The Sun come up at 5am'ish and enjoyed a couple of hours of delicious morning sun light ...
Well today started off in brilliant sunshine & although it wasn't as hot as on recent days it was certainly very pleasant on our balcony. We were over an hour late arriving in Aqaba because of the strong head winds yesterday, so all the trips were delayed. Anyway, we took rucksacks with a few extra layers and were so grateful for the warnings - it was really cold in Petra. However, despite the cool weather and long walk the ...
... the Red Sea, we were in a safer area and the extra security was no longer needed. It was also clear that we were traveling north, as the temperatures dropped into the upper 60’s during the day.
We arrived in Al’Aqaba at 7:00 AM. The day was predicted to be sunny and in the high 60’s. I had booked an independent tour to Petra with Best Shore Trips. Barbara and Glen were joining us on the tour and 2 other couples (Barb & Barry and Budd & Dawn) were ...
... new since the Red Sea is known for it's diving. The first time it was Angela, Jade, Kati and I all for our first time and Melissa for her umpteenth time! After getting fitted in gear we were off to the beach. The first little area was murky since it had rained and the sand was stirred up so it was a little unnerving to learn to calmly breath under water, holding the hand of an unknown man and try to relax without clearly seeing ...
We left the camp in Wadi Rum early and headed for Aqaba. I had visions of coral reefs and balmy beaches so the somewhat scruffy burning hot town of Aqaba was frankly a bit of a disappointment. The drive back across the desert was very soothing and the first view of the Red Sea was a bit dull with no greenery to break up the horizon. Aqaba lies at the short piece of coastline that King Hussain swapped for ...