Leonardo Privilege Eilat
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... was amazing. I love falafel and most Israel food. All of us then pilled on to a bus to take a five hour bus ride to Kibbutz Ketura, for three more days of team building exercises. The Kibbutz drive was long and pretty boring and I spent it, getting to know the people in my program. It took nearly five hours to get down there, and along the way we even passed Dimona, the Israeli Nuclear Reactor, that their government does not officially acknowledge.
Well, I showed my age on the birthday bar crawl. My little "nap" turned into a full blown sleep, so I missed out on one more night escapade in Tel Aviv. On the 16th, I left for Eilat via bus. I was going to congratulate myself for navigating Tel Aviv by public transportation, but somehow I missed the stop for Central Bus Station. Stupid me...I thought the central bus station would be recognizable by the plethora of buses. Instead it turned out to ...
... navigational aids and charting procedures that they do. He explained the use of pilots and then fact that this ship needed additional pilots because they have a pod propulsion system The Captain joined us for a few minutes. The officer also went over the various communications they have for emergencies (no longer a morse code key) Someone asked why there weren't any chairs on the bridge and ...
Ok so left about 8:30am on a bus to aqaba, i needed to get there early to get the boat ticket and the boat which was supposed to leave at 1pm. Bus got in and I got a friendly taxi driver who took me to get the ticket and to the port gates without over charging or trying to take me else where. So into the port by 11am, paid ...
Now I know why hostels have curfews. In the middle of the morning, several of my roommates rolled in, playing music on their phones, rustling around, and just generally being loud. Oh well. It just made me feel a little better about my rustling early in the morning.
The soldier house breakfast is actually quite nice. They have the standard cucumbers, tomatoes, bread, hard boiled eggs, and cottage cheese, but they also had some sort of interesting pastries, ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service