Hilton Eilat Queen of Sheba
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Today was just what we needed. Bruce and I slept late and then joined those on the tour that did not go to Petra. We rode around the bay of The Red Sea and reached the spot where we could see 4 countries at one time, Jordan, Saudi Arabia, Egypt and Israel. The waters are a beautiful blue and our boat anchored near the reef so we could swim, snorkel …
I knew i didn't have the right border and when the bloke at reception said I could one of his friends to go back to the border I had no other choice. Good thing was one of his mates could sort me out...for of course a fee. So the plan was to spend 2 hours go to the border, wait 30mins at the Hilton hotel, get a visa and return. If I left at 7am I …
... to have a brain explosion and forgot where the exit to the ferry terminal was. Instead he drove down to the beach and got our massive bus stuck in the sand. So we waited for a tractor to arrive which, of course, failed to pull it out. We then waited for a second tractor. Finally the bus was released and the driver breathed a sigh of relief knowing he wouldn't be shot at dawn by his friendly countrymen. Next stop is Dubai, where we fly to on Sunday afternoon. Cheers, ...
... that would remind me of my unique location. The first were massive tornado-like dust devils, cyclones reaching the sky that instantly brought to mind the “Pillar of Cloud” that screened the movements of Moses from the Pharaoh’s pursuers during the Exodus... and the second were American-made tanks on maneuvers crossing the highway, turrets gleaming in the sun.
The temperature continued to rise as I rolled into ...
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