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... visas !?), changed our money into JOD and entered Aqaba. Time to negotiate a taxi fare.
Kown had decided to join the Chinese couple in an attempt to make it to Petra that same night, but as it was already past 8pm by the time we exited the ferry terminal and I wasn't quite ready to leave th underwater world that is the Red Sea, I took my own taxi into Aqaba instead. Or so I thought. Because in the end I was joined by three other guys. ...
... CR and we were reminiscing about all the places we have been so far. Some are like in our dreams as we just cannot remember them without seeing pictures, too many ports in such a short time.
Tomorrow we will be in Sharm El Shiekh, Egypt. No tour for us as we have some very heavy touring days coming up, 10 hours each tour for a few days. We hope to just walk around and enjoy the sights and sounds of this next port.
Until next time...
... snorkel straight of the beach. Gary and I went out together and explored, it was nice but most of the coral is bleached. There were some cool colourful fish though. After about 20 mins I was done. So it was time to head back to the hostel for a sunset drink and snacks.
Another excellent day - we woke up in the middle of the desert and are going to sleep by the sea. Life is good!!
Tomorrow is a day of maxing and relaxing.
... people, mainly Arabic & Islam. Arabic is the official language. The currency is Jordanian dinar, though other currencies are accepted in the main tourist areas. The government is a Constitutional monarchy, ruled by King Hawlahit since 1999. Today, Aqaba has a population of about 90,000. It is located near the border with Israel, only about 9 miles away. We could see Israel from our ship. The temperatures in most ...
... help get us on the boat. He had heard about the four of us waiting there since seven in the morning and was juggling two cell phones calling anyone he could and talking to the border patrol to see what the problem was but to no avail we were again refused and told that we could not leave Egypt. Several more incredibly expensive calls to the tour agent and discussions with anyone that would talk to us later the ship had already sailed. Literally and ...