Eilat Princess Hotel
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... shores as evening came on.
Though I would love to see Tel Aviv and perhaps tour a kibbutz (commune style dessert settlements) one day, I have truly had a fantastic visit to this wonderful country and I am quite sad to leave. Though at a little over 300 days abroad on business trips over the past 15 months I have to admit I'm very much looking forward to heading home to the dreary English winter and a strong cup of tea for a while.
Cheers to you all.
... well worth it - the sight of the Treasury when we finally left the Siq ( the long enclosed chasm leading to the hidden city) was fantastic. We took loads of photos and Brian was even persuaded to wear an Arabian type headscarf. I know it's difficult to believe but on our way back to the ship after a very tiring but rewarding visit it actually started to snow- so I guess the Captain knew what he was talking about with his weather ...
... We could see families enjoying the beach on the Saudi side,jeeps parked under shaded awnings beside bbq's and picnic tables covered with food and drink. The women sported full coverage "burkinis" or just kept their clothes on in the water, their heads and entire bodies still fully covered. Just think of the advantages - no need for greasy sunscreen or shaving your legs!
Ayman had advised the women in our group to avoid the public beaches, saying that ...
... to each other, but the only interaction seems to be on the streets or in restaurants. I have not seen any Jewish and Muslims kids hanging out with each other on the streets, and I feel that is why my program is important. The program that I really want to do is an integrated soccer after-school program, for both Arab and Jewish children.
So, our first official day in Israel was spent at the Ruth Daniel Center, where I spent a night while ...
... Michael slept through most of it. Liz fared a little better that day but went downhill the next, sleeping most of the day. We both hope to be fit enough to cope with the long, hot walk into Petra tomorrow. If not, there will be another couple of desiccated skeletons on the side of the road to Petra. Every time someone coughs now I'm going to kick them in the ...