Isrotel Royal Garden
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- Room service
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- TV Channel One Russia
- High-speed internet in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... an hour, while being entertained by a local lawyer. Nice to meet you, but I'm not interested. Finally when at the train station I could move on to the bus station where I waited 55 minutes for the next bus to come.
Observing people, the place here is full of young people, my age, walking around in military clothes with guns. Don't get worried- they are just normal people going home or somewhere else. I'm not feeling unsafe at all, as they just ...
... provided the set for numerous movies including Lawrence of Arabia and is as isolated as it is awe inspiring.The drive to Wadi Rum was uneventful with little scenery to see and only a quick stop for a coffee and driver/guide cigarette. It did however provide plenty of time to get a run down on the history of the area which has for centuries been the territory of the nomadic Bedouin people. Once at the entrance village to the area we transferred into 4wd's ...
... accommodation for the 3 of us in Eilat tonight and drawn a blank. It is the Shavuot Jewish holiday and Eilat, being a busy seaside resort on the Red Sea) bursting at the seams. All the decent hotels were completely booked out. The brilliant plan that they came up with was that we would stay in Egypt for the night. The Hilton Hotel just across the border had rooms for the night. It meant parking the car at the Taba Border crossing and walking over with our luggage. In ...
... steering wheels with spokes on them. Very disappointing. On the bright side we have come to the conclusion that the ship is in safe hands with our navigator. It was now late afternoon and of course time to fit in some wave watching and advanced relaxation before scooting off to enjoy some very nice tea in an Indonesian tea ceremony, watch a movie, which was Rush, and very good too. It was then dinner, a spot of star watching and an early night ready for port ...
... incredible traditional Jordanian dinner of chicken, hummus, pita bread, tzatziki, and vegetables the guides went and found a couple of hedgehogs for us to play with! None of us had ever seen a hedgehog before and needless to say were quite "overexcited". As we dozed to sleep in our Bedouin tent, we could see the rock formations silhouetted from the light of a full moon.
Our second day was spent ...