Leonardo Privilege Eilat
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... 8217;s park service) jumped right in front of my Nissan. As I swerved and hit the brakes, the ibex stopped and stared at me. I snapped a picture of it and told the suicidal quadruped, “Watch out! This is a rental for heaven’s sake!”
The tomb of the Father of Modern Israel (also the namesake of its primary airport) is set in a panoramic location looking over a desert canyon. As I walked, relatives of the ibex I nearly turned into ...
... to do about our visa. We left the customs building and found ourselves in a big dark port. There were lots of tour buses for the Petra tourists but no taxis. I looked around- all I could see are container trucks waiting for ferries. I started walking around. I could see trucks and warehouses but no taxi. I asked around about taxis and I got directed up a long, dark, dusty road. Off I went until I reached a gate and I saw cars, taxis etc on the other side of the gate. This was obviously ...
... as scout finding the best way for the tanks to proceed. We stopped at Solomon's Mountain and learned the history of the area. We saw the ancient tunnel built to help the wealthy Nabitean trade with other cultures. We traveled along a road that was built for Caesar and saw fossils of huge sea shells embedded in the hills of the Nature Reserve. He showed us the holes that appeared two days after a Russian big shot had demanded the guide get them for ...
... themselves without exploitation - and they're beautiful products to boot!!
Finally it was time for the last leg... the road to Taba t cross into Israel. We left the highlands and drove along the coast of the Aqaba Straight. We could just make out the mountains of Saudi Arabia in the sea mist. At the crossing I said goodbye to my driver and to Bishao... I was on my own now.
Crossing the Egyptian side didn't take too long - after all I ...
... so hopefully some photos will be emailed to me at some point.
By the title of this entry, you can see that I passed and am officially certified (Open Water). Wahoo! Looking forward to the next step.
After the dives, it was time to head back to Amman. We stopped for a quick bite at Pizza Hut before making our way home. Tried out a new (for me) style, crunchy cheesy bites pizza. It was good. I'd consider ordering it ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center