Isrotel Royal Garden
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... for a shower. After a water fight in the shower we went to the beach to take in the beauty of the clear blue water and the bright blue sky. The peer looked inviting so we made our way over, just in time to find the trainer shaking her bell in the water to call the dolphins. After hitting up the gift shop we started our journey to Timna National Park, via the bakery (such a good find!!!). Timna National Park houses the remnants of an ancient ...
... with an epic movie reel of carving down the hill in his head, unfortunately though the climb was knackering and the board probably hadn't seen wax since the last time it rained which turned the descent into laborious slow going.From our lunch spot we were back into our waiting chariots and off to our next stop which was a narrow canyon that had been carved out over thousands of years, because of how narrow the canyon itself is inside there were some ...
We turned in to what looked like an archaeological site. This still seemed to be a working site as there were still cords marking out areas yet to be excavated. This was the ancient Islamic city of Ayla. Although the gate to this site was only ajar so not quite the invitation to ‘take a look’ that we would expect, signs were dotted around the site in both English and Arabic so I guess it was open to the public!!
We carried on heading toward the marina. ...
... so there will be no video posted today, but it’ll be coming soon.
I spent the rest of the day hanging out with Jordan (Canadian), Paul (English), Michael and Stefan (German) from the hostel. We had a good dinner next door at a Brazilian place called Casa Do Brazil, and then grabbed a few beers to drink back at the hostel. Eilat is a very chill town, so we’re trying to relax as much as possible. It’s hard work, but someone has to do ...
... for them but they return to their traditional ways for a least part of the year,but in winter it snows here,so tents are not so suitable.A man began a voluntary program, to educate their children ,so now, supported by the government, are traveling teachers,who are paid more to and educate in remote places..and children have a good chance at life. We had huge warnings about today,and to be very hot and strenuous,and only for the fit and able ,much trepidation as ...