Hilton Taba Resort & Nelson Village
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... and Saudi Arabia in the east. This fact was confirmed by my phone, which seemed to be a bit confused as to which country we were currently residing.
Upon arrival in Aqaba we instantly gained another hour just by entering the country (as Jordan is in a different time zone than Egypt) and we were once more given VIP treatment our group of four was coaxed off the boat by security to immigrations, ahead of the pack. We got our passport ...
... hoof it back to the ship, about a 2 mile hike in about 100 degree weather. Easy, peasy. The area was flat and we got a chance to see some of the downtown. There was nothing to buy as my nail tech said everything was imported from China!
We played trivia and got 13 out of 15 right answers, however, the winner was 14 out of 15. Close but no cigar. We tried a Pims, an English drink, on the advice of Liz. It was very refreshing.
... it would not be wise to camp. We ended up checking into Darna Village hostel - for 12.50JD per person per night we got a super comfy room with airconditioning, private bathroom, swimming pool, internet and all literally across the road from the beach.
It was way too hot to be out in the sun or even swimming in the sea so we cooled off in the pool and then chilled in the shade until about 5pm when it was time for snorkelling. Here in Aqaba ...
Just after midnight, our vessel entered the Strait of Tiran and then into the Gulf of Aqaba, setting a northeasterly course to the port of Aqaba and our berth about 7:00 am. Aqaba is Jordan's only seaport, and the city serves as an intriguing gateway for travelers.
The capital of Jordan is Amman, which is in the northern part of the country. Amman was once named Philadelphia. Jordan has a population of about ...
... 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 ...