Leonardo Privilege Eilat
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Iris picked Ronnen up at the train station at 0830. He was arriving from Tel Aviv to take us to Eilat (and beyond) today. The plan was changed last night as he was originally going to drive from Tel Aviv this morning and pick us up from the Finkelmans in Omer (Be'er Sheva) in his rental car. This would have meant that when Chris and I returned from Jordan (Petra) to Eilat in 2 days time, we would have to catch the bus back to Omer. As Ronnen was not going to join us in Jordan ...
... in the middle of streets, since nobody is driving expect for the non-Jews or emergency vehicles. I decided to wear nice and new boating shoes for a five mile walk. That was one of the dumbest decisions, I’ve made in a while and there were many dumb ones. I won’t describe how my feet looked, but I was in a lot of pain. I did an egalitarian service meaning that men and women could pray together. I have been to Yom Kippur services, but nothing ...
... and were even able to meet up with our Jordanian friend Lina -- another friend from our time in Hanoi -- who only happened to be back in the country for a day and a half. While in Amman, we also took advantage of our proximity to some well-preserved Greco-Roman ruins and made a short jaunt out of the city to check them and the town of Jerash out.
Saturday, April 13th - Aqaba:
Saturday was our last day in Jordan, so our travels took us south along the Dead ...
... her special birthday before the cake disappeared very quickly. During this time someone noticed a very cute ladybug on Michael 2’s back. Since Lucky’s encounter with the ladybugs in Nepal she was fascinated by them and for a moment she got really excited seeing one in the desert. We had a couple of hours to relax before the next part of the day. Lucy and Gerry had a game of backgammon and I remember Lucy saying that I get to play the winner. The next thing ...
... with minimal clothes. A "likely story" that I was a tourist - a tourist with no gear!!! And not that happy that I had been to Sudan. What did I do there? who did I see? where did i stay? ( bush camps didn't go down well). And Ethiopia too seemed to be an issue. And the story of the overland truck didn't ring true with them - where are the other passengers? ( there arn't any!!!), why don't you fly from Jordon? ( I want to see Israel ). ...