Jaz Royal Taba

Taba, Red Sea and Sinai, Egypt | 5 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Taba

Air Jordans

A travel blog entry by kiwislop


... our last of this tour. We began with a quick trip up mount Nebo where Moses is allegedly buried, though nobody knows for sure. There were plenty of religious nuts there to keep me entertained, with their happy clappy, hand-holding nonsense. Then we began the long trek back to Cairo, via Dahab, which takes the best part of 16 hours.. Not ideal! I got chatting to a policeman outside one of our rest stops and he was saying how he'd like to visit London. ...

More Flashbacks from the 90's

A travel blog entry by karl.and.kat


by Karl

The last time Kat and I were in Aqaba was in 1994. I remember it being a small quiet little port town. Aqaba went under heavy development in the late 1990s with the intention of making it Jordan's second city after Amman. So when we arrived from Petra I wasn’t sure what to expect. I was surprised- Aqaba is bigger, more modern but still feels like a small port town in many respects; it’s still quiet, the driving isn’t quite as insane and it has a laid ...

Africa Review

A travel blog entry by ricduncombe

... Mt Sabinyo to put to bed the horrors of my previous mountain climb on Muhavura and lastly riding up to Mgahinga National park at first light to spend dawn until dusk literally watching the world go by with Jess as we kicked back on the summits of volcanos it felt like we were discovering was a day I will never forget.

Worst Experience

Getting robbed in Egypt wasn't much fun, but having got the money back (save for $5) it diffused the whole thing ...

Vacation Purgatory

A travel blog entry by dvoogd


... 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 ...

On a clear day you can see four countries

A travel blog entry by andreatravels


... morning we were treated to a beautiful trip on a small ship called the Sindbad, to a snorkeling haven in Egyptian waters called Pharaoh’s Island.

I’ve been trying to think if I have ever been anywhere before where you could see 4 countries from one place, and I haven’t been able to come up with any. Looking to the west across the water from Aqaba you see the Israeli resort town of Eilat, more famous in recent ...

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