DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Aqaba
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Travel Blogs from Aqaba
... If you are not good walker, or struggle with mobility - DON'T do this one! The 850 mt walk from the visitors centre in the heat is just the start (of which you cn elect to go down the incline here by horse (which Liz did) - but the walk itself through the narrow cliffs down an ever increasingly incline (the Sik) into the entrance to the City itself is very taxing at 12-1400 metres long, even for a ...
... learned that he would be receiving the remnants of our lunch, and he knew the drill, which explained his patience. After lunch, our guide said we should hike a little while he cleaned up. As we'd already visited the fort, we hiked a short way up a neighboring canyon. We returned to find that he had not yet cleaned up, but our reappearance motivated him to do so. Afterwards, he unilaterally decided that it was nap time -- literally. He settled down on the woven ...
... was questioning her on her dodgy knowledge of UK geography!!!
So far we had walked down the ring road to the waterfront so we decided to walk further in to the town to what was labelled as the town centre. We wheedled our way through some back streets. There were narrow, uneven roads. Many of these roads saw lots of activity and trade. These souks were quite evidently for locals selling everything from fruit and veg to furniture. Many of the tradesmen gave us a friendly ...
... the hotel for some R&R which I enjoyed beside the pool, the water in which was surprisingly cold. Derek entertained himself with Jordanian TV, including camel racing, lots of Islamic prayer meetings and others until he found an English movie which I joined him to watch. Later in the day we headed out again to explore the north beach but found it all shut off and privately run by hotels so headed back to ...
... dinner and I caught up with Jim from the UK who was over with mates for a bit of diving. We had some beers and watched Federer lose which was the big fly in the ointment on a pretty cool day. Another early start beckoned and we left for Jordan on the ferry just north of Dahab. From the moment we arrived in Jordan it was pretty clear these guys are a million years ahead of Egypt in how to run a country properly. Jordan really reminds me how much Egypt ...