Leonardo Royal Resort Eilat
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Travel Blogs from Eilat
... pulled over by an Israeli policeman who told us we should have stopped at the junction (we did slow down but the way was clear so carried on). He looked very grumpy and for a minute I thought he was going to make us get out of the car, but after checking the license back at his car he told us to drive on.
Back at the Kibbutz hotel we had a few beers and did some star gazing, then rested up for journey to Tel Aviv.
... camp for dinner. This was a hoot as we had to climb in the back of the truck which had bench seats. The tailgate did not come down so we had to hoof it over. After that comical event, we were on our way in the desert. There were quite a few of the trucks, maybe 20 or more, all zig zagging over the desert floor, raising dust. Off in the distance the clouds looked a bit threatening, but we said, we are in a desert, there will be no rain. Ha, ...
... glad that the controlled emergency ascent was not part of the refresher. Didn't like doing it for the open water certification.
The second dive was at Coral Beach. We literally walked into the water at a resort's beach front restaurant. The patrons and the wait staff were not fazed one bit. This was my underwater navigation demonstration dive. It was my responsibility to lead David out to an underwater coral farm, parallel the shore for 200 meters and then return. ...
... kept the wind out. I slept pretty well. I was a little chilly at night but still had a good sleep. I woke up at 6:45am for breakfast then a 2 1/2 hour camel ride back into Rum Village where our bags were waiting. It was a very nice ride. It was a little overcast so the sun wasn't beating which worked out in our favor. The Scottish family was heading up to Amman too so they were able to give me a lift back up in their rented ...
... etc. I bought a pair of new flip flops for 10 shekels (everywhere else was 20 for the exact same ones, so I felt like I had gotten a deal), and walked around some more. We did briefly go into the water, which was absolutely clear- the visibility was amazing!
After our walk, we went back to the Soldier House to get organized for dinner. While back, I met a couple of my roommates. They seemed very nice, and didn't seem to be the ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility