Eilat Princess Hotel
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... shirt and shorts that were way too short started a patriotic chant which half the bus joined in with to cheer on the sergeant. The sergeant was very bashful, but said to me, "times are difficult now, everyone is supportive, we all need it". Later I spoke to another soldier on the bus, who's in the reserves and was called up for 3 weeks to go into gaza. He's an industrial design student but in the army he's a M113 driver (my tank!). When I mentioned I was going to the ...
... At the end of the walk, we found the "religious" beach area that allowed for separate male/female sun bathing and swimming. Just beyond that beach was a sign that read border near by, no entrance allowed, so we stopped before any armed guards greeted us.
Walked a little further to the city center. And yes.....one more picture of a beer, Israeli this time.
... but we managed to survive. We even took a detour to see the Karack castle, which made the gorgeous sunset over the desert mountains even prettier. The castle was closed, but it was a nice view and now I can say I’ve seen it! Getting back into Amman was slightly depressing after an awesome weekend, but we finished it off by eating at Heef and Reef, another shawerma place, and heading home for a good night’s sleep. I’ll confess: I ...
... we had some kind of a guide. In addition to having large jars of lemonade with lemons in it, many vendors also had large jars with water and large carrots. After a couple hours on the beach we head back to the ship to pack. When we get on our ship they take our landing cards for Israel, that would have been a nice souvenir.
Now we start packing for our three day extension to Luxor and Cairo. The ...
... took us about 45 minutes of gentle cruising to get to the dive site. On the way we saw several big tankers and car transporter ships docked and the beach along the southern shore which is the recommended one for tourists. We then geared up and jumped in for our first dive at a spot called Rainbow Reef. The sea is alive with interesting corals and beautifully coloured fish. The dive master lead us to an area with an underwater pipe system that carries gas from Egypt to ...