Golden Tulip Aqaba
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... verge of a civil war.
We were also sailing through the area that is known for pirates. The extra security measures were very visible on the ship: exterior lights out at night, security guards with riot gear on the Promenade Deck, fire hoses and loud noise-making deterrents aimed outward. It was somewhat comforting to know that while we never saw them, we were told that naval ships are patrolling the seas we are traveling through. Once the ship passed the horn of Africa ...
... 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 ...
... to provide the expectant traveller with a new experience when there is not much here?........the people though are very nice, friendly, moderate and tollerant beings that make you feel welcome. We opted for a 10 hour tour 100+ miles through the desert today to the Ancient City of Petra - and although the 2.5hr bus trip was as interesting as watching paint dry - the result when you get there was ...
... the return is an additional €200!! Whatever the reason, if you are not on an official tour, the ship won’t wait for you if you are delayed.
We managed to dodge the main swarm but some stragglers were hiding around the corner. We crossed the busy road and left the last of the local tour guides standing, clutching their grubby maps. We were soon forgotten, though, as the taxi drivers turned their attention to the next shuttle bus that had just turned in to the car ...
... there is a lot of potential here, if you can stomach the risk. Danger drives tourists away.
Travelling to Jordan was an ordeal. We had to leave Egypt (1st border crossing), enter Israel (second crossing), travel across Israel, leave Israel (third crossing) and enter Jordan (finally).
When had only one more security check at the hotel. It was a long day, but ...