Eilat Princess Hotel
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... so it was a very relaxed affair over three days with lots of stops at hot springs, waterfalls, swimming holes and incredible rock formations and long lunches on the river banks. Each night we set up camp at the flattest, most stone free area we could find on the banks of the river and after cooking a delicious meal over the gas cooker we’d sleep under the stars – it was a pretty amazing experience.
We ended the walk on ...
11/13/2013 -- After a grueling 1 hour sail....we arrived at Eilat, Israel. The Austrian captain had the German folks laughing about this trip...as he said we will go out 10 miles, turn to starboard 180 degrees and go back to Israel. Literally, you could walk between the two cities in less than an hour. Walked to promenade along the beach and saw some ...
Along the shores of the Red Sea, the Jordanian town of Aqaba is best known today for it's phenomenal snorkelling and diving. Yet life on the desert oasis was not always so laid back. For centuries Aqaba has had to redefine itself. Since it's ancient origins in 4000 BC many a culture has passed through and Aqaba has become a simple fishing village.
This is where people make their way to Petra, the ...
... cab to get our bearings we go inside a shopping mall, but first we need to get searched and go through xray looking for whatever. We leave on the other end of the mall and end up at the beach and walk the promenade. It is a very pretty beach. We stop for a couple beers and snack and then continue to walk the entire promenade. It is so nice here, the vendors just look at you and maybe say hi. I do wish on occasions ...
... br> With the receptionist not there, I went off on my own, but the old man from the shop spotted me again and followed me. So nice! The pharmacist was also nice, opting not to charge me this time. Despite the face veil, her eyes were clearly showing a kind smile. In the end, they both urged me to just go to the hospital - the old man wasn't doing a particularly great job of bandaging me anyway.
So, off to the ...