Holiday Inn Eilat Patio
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... so it was a very relaxed affair over three days with lots of stops at hot springs, waterfalls, swimming holes and incredible rock formations and long lunches on the river banks. Each night we set up camp at the flattest, most stone free area we could find on the banks of the river and after cooking a delicious meal over the gas cooker we’d sleep under the stars – it was a pretty amazing experience.
We ended the walk on ...
... pulled over by an Israeli policeman who told us we should have stopped at the junction (we did slow down but the way was clear so carried on). He looked very grumpy and for a minute I thought he was going to make us get out of the car, but after checking the license back at his car he told us to drive on.
Back at the Kibbutz hotel we had a few beers and did some star gazing, then rested up for journey to Tel Aviv.
Well, I showed my age on the birthday bar crawl. My little "nap" turned into a full blown sleep, so I missed out on one more night escapade in Tel Aviv. On the 16th, I left for Eilat via bus. I was going to congratulate myself for navigating Tel Aviv by public transportation, but somehow I missed the stop for Central Bus Station. Stupid me...I thought the central bus station would be recognizable by the plethora of buses. Instead it turned out to ...
Yay diving day! We jumped out of bed at 8 and headed for breakfast. Nothing fancy but it did the trick. We then walked a few metres down the road to the dive shop. The guys were really friendly and organized and got us ready in no time. We then hopped into minivans and headed to the pier where we boarded the boat with about 20 other people. The boat had a great upper deck for relaxing and then a lower deck with the diving gear all cleverly stowed in crates numbered for each ...
I woke up tired and sore on the morning following my bike ride, but I was ready to jump in a car as soon as possible, so that I had the freedom to explore at my own pace. That morning at Avis, I ran into Julio, whom I hadn't seen since the West Bank, also renting a vehicle. We briefly discussed rolling together, but it was soon apparent that we wanted to see different things. I was presented with a Nissan Micra, a tiny little tin can of a car that looks like the ...