Hilton Taba Resort & Nelson Village
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... else. Like I said, the Nuweiba-Aqaba ferry is infamous, especially amongst western travellers, for being delayed and taking ages to make the crossing. This particular ferry was scheduled to leave at 3:30pm, so we had to wait. You can imagine my surprise when we were called to board the boat by 14:15pm! This was also the moment the Arabic speaking Chinese couple turned out to be very helpful, as without them me and Kown would have been stuck waiting in ...
... tombs above the caves. We learned about the Treasury on one of the travel channels a few years ago, and decided to add that to our bucket list.
When the gorge winds around and you look up, you can see a partial view of The Treasury. It is just amazing. I hope the pictures capture what we actually saw.
There has been many more sites that have been covered with sand and there has just been an amphitheater that has been ...
... to check out some of the reef further down the coast, so we jumped in Jabula. I lasted about 20 mins as it was all a bit same same while the boys decided they would swim all the way back. Fine with me, so the girls jumped in Jabs and headed back to the hotel. After a quick sun bake on the sand whilst waiting for the boys, I gave up after about 30 mins and headed back to the poolside for some salvation from the ...
... the only group aware of Petra until Europeans rediscovered it just two centuries ago. In 1812, the Swiss explorer Johannes Burkhardt, disguised as an Arab scholar, convinced a Bedouin guide to help him infiltrate the lost city.
Our tour began with a picturesque two-hour drive on the Desert Highway or Southern Highway through the arid desert to Petra. Shortly after leaving Aqaba, we could see the area where ...
... was a small builing a few hundred yards away that had a fairly clean bathroom and a small cafe. When one o'clock finally rolled around the plan was that a tour guide from another tour company would sign us through as members of his group and our tickets would be changed from the morning ferry to the afternoon ferry. Unfortuantely something about this didn't sit well with the border patrol guard. He refused to accept these changes, even the harbor manager was ...