- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... it was the place were Moses struck the rock to get water. I understood this is not actually proved, but it's widely accepted. Here at the Canyon some people did a hike up to a cliff face with our guide. I walked back to the bus with the rest of the elderly people, because it was too hot for me and because we know I'm elder already :P Before heading to Eliat on the Red Sea to spent two days, we visited another ancient city called ...
Our trip through Jordan got off to a bit of a shaky start with our Israeli comrades having some difficulty crossing the boarder. Apparently all trekkers in Jordan must be accompanied by a guide (although this restriction was never mentioned to us, as New Zealanders, and we were given stamps no questions asked …).. After spending about 5 hours trying to get around the issue we were left with no choice but to pay for a guide for the ...
... that it was just the desert and us. The sand went on forever, the heat was beating down and there was dust in the air, sometimes we came within metres of the Jordan border the only marker being a flimsy wire fence.
Our final destination was Timna National Park, we drove down a dusty track, paid the entrance fee (around 50NIS) and started the route. We went to the furthest point first which was the lake and ...
... in the shade and our tour guide stopped every ten minutes or so to give us a description of the carvings in the walls. This place is incredible and so old. There are a lot of what appear to be caves in the hillside and people grazing their goats on the top of it all but we couldn't work out what they were eating. It was about 3klms to the end of the Siq and then the big surprise opened up in front of you. The ...
Well, I showed my age on the birthday bar crawl. My little "nap" turned into a full blown sleep, so I missed out on one more night escapade in Tel Aviv. On the 16th, I left for Eilat via bus. I was going to congratulate myself for navigating Tel Aviv by public transportation, but somehow I missed the stop for Central Bus Station. Stupid me...I thought the central bus station would be recognizable by the plethora of buses. Instead it turned out to ...