Leonardo Royal Resort Hotel Eilat
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Travel Blogs from Eilat
... so it was a very relaxed affair over three days with lots of stops at hot springs, waterfalls, swimming holes and incredible rock formations and long lunches on the river banks. Each night we set up camp at the flattest, most stone free area we could find on the banks of the river and after cooking a delicious meal over the gas cooker we’d sleep under the stars – it was a pretty amazing experience.
We ended the walk on ...
... regions of Jordan. The result is that as westerners we are constantly stared at and it can often be uncomfortable and even creepy. So outside of the diving, the last few days have mostly been spent lounging around the hotel pool, smoking sheesha, and just generally baking in the 40+ degree heat.
Tomorrow it's back to Amman for a couple more days before catching our flight out of Jordan.
... city of Jaffa, or Yafo. For all of my entries I will use the English name of Jaffa. Jaffa is over 4,000 years old and has been occupied by different empires from the Romans, the Ottomans and even Napoleon. Jaffa has a mixed population of Secular, or non-religious Jews, Arab Muslims and some Arab Christians. The first sound I heard as I entered my apartment was the Muslim call to prayer from a nearby mosque. I can honestly say that the two communities may ...
... the highway, turrets gleaming in the sun.
The temperature continued to rise as I rolled into Eilat. Wedged between three other countries, Eilat is in a strategic position as Israel’s only outlet to the Red Sea and therefore, the Indian Ocean. Today, it is not only an important port, but also a seaside resort full of high-rise hotels. Again, as with almost everything in Israel, the closeness amazed me. Coming in through the Arav Valley, I spotted a ...
... in that I tend to spend the majority of my day questioning who i am as opposed to only the first five minutes of my day, as most people would before hurriedly rushing to starbucks in order to get their caffeine hit and then absorbing themselves in their office labour sat behind a computer screen.
My bedroom is not in fact a four walled student room in some cramped apartment but a geodesic dome in the middle of the desert in Israel. I take a shower outdoors under ...