Isrotel King Solomon
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... into Israel by foot. The taxi dropped us off at the border In Jordan. From there we walked through Israeli customs, paid the 100 shekels (35$) departure tax, even if we were just in transit, entered Egypt and got turned back. We told immigration we wanted to visit Cairo and Luxor. He sent us back to Israel to get a visa. If we only desired to see Sinai we would have gotten a free 14 day visa. So we back tracked to Israel, where we were refunded our shekels ...
... probably get there earlier than the 7th but it's going to wait for us in Adana ( Turkey ) until then. Or maybe it will end up a fireball in Syria and I will be waiting for it in Adana forever!!!!!!!
So after our morning tour of Wadi Rum it was back to Aqaba, a quick goodbye to everyone, and then a taxi to the Jordon/Israel border. Got out of Jordon OK but had a bit of a grilling going into Israel. One problem was I was just carrying my ...
... the top 7!!!) This was a full day’s tour. It is a 2-½ hour drive from Aqaba. The tour lasted 7 hours. That meant only 2 hours in Petra. Before coming on this cruise, I spoke to people who had been there. They said it is a huge world heritage site and a full day is required to do this justice (if not 2 days). The cost was €130 each. This seemed a lot to pay for sitting 5 hours on a bus and just to see the large building carved out of rock (known as the treasury). ...
... to drive away the outsider…
Suddenly a fellow in a car, a block away sees what’s going on and drives down to my rescue chasing the boys off. He then comes and apologizes and offers me a ride. I thank him and tell him I think I should be OK.
A bit shaken by this incident, I decide I’d better stick to the main road and avoid the perimeter of the town. Unfortunately ...
... of the pillars so that you enter the mountains and go around the pillars in an anti-clockwise direction.
Follow a broad wadi that leads south-east into the mountains. When the wadi splits into two, follow the left and less obvious route to the left. After scrambling a few metres up a rock wall you will discover that the wadi continues, now dotted with a number of small ...
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