Leonardo Royal Resort Eilat
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... freely. When I got to the tomb, I observed the swearing-in ceremony of forty or so teenaged army conscripts. Afterward, I had a pleasant conversation with two of the young IDF troops, before carrying on to Mitzpe Ramon. The “Ramon Lookout” has become a nice little desert community for tourists and retirees, like an Israeli Palm Springs, if you will. Although the views from the overlooks were worth taking a few pictures, I didn’t see the point ...
... of the port.
I decided to walk out of the port and try and find the taxi that is supposed to be waiting for us. I went to walk through the gate and three customs officials appeared from nowhere, and wanted to know what I’m doing. I want to leave the port and look for a taxi I say. OK they say just give us your passport to look at. No problem but I don’t have it… my wife has it. So, they say, you are trying to enter Egypt without a passport. Well ...
... the guide explained they were protected the Russian didn't care. He was building a home in Herzaliya and he wanted them because his neighbor wouldn't have them. When the guide reported the theft and his suspicions about the Russian no one would approach the guy because of his bodyguards. Now 3 large holes remain as a scar on the side of the mountain. The guide showed us the flint stone used as weapons and as knives for circumcisions. I found a fossilized ...
... Getting into Israel was another matter entirely!! My luggage was gone through... I was asked endless questions at each passport control (there were two of them) and then, to top it off, there were no taxis when I got out!! I waited for about 20 minutes at the bus stop but there was no sign of the bus so I walked to the big hotel down the road. A taxi stopped for me but when he went to turn around he picked up some other passengers!!! No happy!!! Finally ...
... br> We finally make our way to Amman and encounter a couple of environmental anomalies. The first one, rainbows. The second, a sand storm. Both were incredible and I thank my lucky stars I was able to witness both. Apparently both are rare and the fact that I experienced both says a lot.
Finally made it home only to head out again. The night started with a bite and drinks with two of Mel's friends at their home, before heading ...
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