Holiday Inn Eilat Patio
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... There was a dark purple and black rock that rose from the bottom in various hills, but otherwise it was mostly a orange and brown sandstone. The darker rock underneath has been exposed by constant erosion over the years. The craters are unique in the world because they were not formed by a meteorite or asteroid, but instead by wind and river-water erosion. It blew my mind to think that wind had had a significant hand in creating the gigantic crater. JDub and I ...
... t have to wait long, after dumping our bags and enjoying a tea with our hosts we all headed towards the best lookout spot to watch the day turn to night and horizon turn a thousand different shades of blue, orange and red.
After sunset we were all feeling pretty famished but luckily our hosts were all over it, only problem is we needed a compass and shovel to find dinner, well not really but we were in for a treat of a traditionally cooked Bedouin ...
... opened an oyster and found a pearl.
From here we went to the Ice Mall, which features an indoor skating rink. Here we were stumped by the Sabbath to some extent; most of the stores were closed and the rink turned out to be exorbitant. We contented ourselves by visiting the arcade, which was extensive and included bumper cars, which both Olivia and Elias were able to manage independently.
... in the first world war. Aqaba is a (and really the only) seaside resort for holidaying Jordanians in their country. It has been converted to a dutyfree port/town, so you can actually buy liquor there - many bottle shops. In truth Aqaba is a bit of a dump, and there is little to do there. The beach (by Australian standards) is laughably hopeless, and full of litter - we watched in amazement as one speedboat operator calmly cleaned his boat ...
... requires a permit. In the morning we were meet by a park ranger, who explained the rules. One unusual rule was you can not dive with gloves. David explained that this to prevent divers from touch or feed the marine life. Since I usually have my hands tucked in holding the BCD inflator, dive computer and air gages, this will not be a problem. David did bring an extra tank so I could stay down at depth longer. I was a little nervous switching regulators (mouth piece where ...