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- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... looks like one big quarry. Loads and loads of quarrying, palm tree plantations and.. well.. that's it. From my apartment I can see the sea in a distance though, that's cool. And I have the biggest room of the apartment with a double bed and a tv. Now only a matter of time to get used to this place.
22 hours of travelling; 1 train, 2 planes, 2 trains again, a bus and lastly a taxi. I'm done for today. Tomorrow's a new day. Enjoy the photos!
... rock carvings showing everything from families and daily life through to hunting successes.Once again though we were back into the 4wds and trailblazing our way across the sandy landscape taking in more of the startling scenery, this time we were on our way to Jabal Umm Fruth Bridge which is a naturally formed arch in the rock that has existed for thousands of years.The coolest part about it though is climbing on top to get some awesome photos and take ...
... not allowed to mix 'milky' (cheese) fare with meat (the pita and felafel shop next door), it was going to be a problem consuming both at the same table. Ronnen was not going to give up. He finally went into the felafel shop and checked out its menu. After making sure that particular shop only sold vegetarian food (it was the one next to it that sold kebabs), he sought the permission of the pizza shop owner to bring the food over. It all worked out in the end and everyone ...
... east of the Desert Highway. It was an hour-and-a-half drive from Petra, and we reached the new visitors' center around 9:00am. The center sits about 5 miles north of the village of Rum -- where we were to meet our guide. We were to pay our entrance fee (a nominal $7 per adult) at the visitors' center and continue south. Our guide sent very specific instructions on what to do when we arrived, and how to avoid being scammed. The people living in this are true ...
The observant amongst you will note there's been no blog for a few days which has caused some to worry about my welfare. All is well and all will become clear.
Back to Aqaba......
Breakfast is extremely busy and noisy with Arabs shouting and screaming over their hummus. It's not exactly a peaceful start to the day but then someone walks into the restaurant, claps their hands and shouts something in Arabic and all of a sudden they all disappear. Assume it's a day trip ...