Lot Spa Hotel on the Dead Sea
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This blog is being published after my return home due to very limited internet access on the trip. Some was written on the trip and some afterwards
I can't say I'm glad to be back in the Middle East, its not my favorite part of the world, but I've now been about 5 times and there is a certain pleasing familiarity to it. In the cities the …
... pas avec leurs colonies) et parfois viennent avec des bulldozers pour tout détruire. Du coup, sur les zones de repos ou dans les stations essences, un bédouin t’attend avec son chameau pour te faire faire un petit tour sur sa bestiole. Et ça marche avec les touristes (oui, car la mer morte fait partie du tour de base et les bus défilent).
Balade en fin de matinée et comme un con tu te coupes légèrement le doigt sur un rocher. Qui c’est qui va ...
... town of Madaba, which seemed quite promising as a smaller, more interesting version of Amman. Alas, as with most tours, we did not have time to explore, and instead we were taken to a "factory" to watch mosaics being made. Of course, this was a blatant plot to encourage sales of the said mosaics, but it was, nevertheless, interesting watching people create some beautiful works of art by hand right in front of us, not to mention some delicious complimentary sage ...
... and beginning to float :) The water was a little cold, but it was stunning! It looks similar to Lake McKenzie because of the salt on the sea floor, like the white sand on the floor of Lake McKenzie :) And there is a point a little off shore where the water gets darker, like Lake McKenzie. As soon as you walk into the water of the Dead Sea, you can feel that it is different. You already feel floaty. You squat down in the water and then lay back and start ...
... as a few families or as large as a few thousand inhabitants. Anyway this place was very average looking and tried telling us that a room there for one night would cost $202. The lobby looked more like a rec center’s reception room, scattered couches about and entirely too well lit to feel comfortable. Since he was the only one working the building, he could not get up and show us what a $202 room looked like, but we imagined it nothing much better ...
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