Magic Sunrise Club Eilat
Travel Blogs from Eilat
... sea. However it was very salty. Liav and Yuval had told us that every beach in Israel is different. They were right. The beach we went to on the first day in tel aviv (the mediterranean sea) was green, foggy, not as salty, and had pretty tumultuous waves, and extremely soft sand. The beach for the Red Sea was blue (as I have said about nine times) calm, very salty, and had rocks instead of sand. It hurt to walk on, but the rocks were really beautiful. Anyways! ...
... electricity from Jordan to Egypt. Very interesting to see how they've done it and managed to preserve the reefs nearby. One of the highlights of the dive was the rose shaped corals. They really look exactly like opened rose buds. We loved them. We then climbed aboard and received a steaming cup of tea or coffee from the dive guys. We relaxed on the upper deck for an hour before heading down for our next dive. A turtle bobbed up on the surface while we were relaxing and we ...
... 8216;Look!’ exclaimed Roisin, ‘A bush! Just like the one that spoke to Moses.’
‘Except that one was on fire’, I said, producing a souvenir lighter from my pocket. (Un)fortunately it was time to get back on board the jeep. I never got to re-enact that famous scene from Cecil B de Milles epic film, The Ten Commandments. (Maybe they’ll let me do it in work nearer Christmas time as I seem to be staying put??!)
We were off ...
... out day. We got to Masada and went up to the top in the cable car, both Cindy and I are scared of heights so this was a bit of a harrowing experience, I found it wasn't as bad as some I have been on as the cable car had about 80 people in it - so you didn't really even have to look anywhere if you didn't want to - it also went up quite slowly. Masada is a fortress that Herod built and one of its claims to fame is that about AD 70 the Jews that were living there when ...
... normal here. Until Kale and Zala arrived I spent most of my town relaxing on the beach and getting accustomed to Israel. One would think that Israel is quite western but, between seeing soldiers and people with guns everywhere, a quite rude and loud mentality and a lot of Middle Eastern influences, Eilat feels more East then West for a lack of better terms.
Kale and Zala got into Eilat on Monday, en ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility