Magic Sunrise Club Eilat

Near Kibbutz Eilot, 1057, Eilat, 88805, Israel | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Near Kibbutz Eilot, 1057, Eilat, is near Aqaba International Dive Center, Haifa University, Royal Diving Centre, and Ein Hod Artists Village.
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    An unforeseeable event ....

    A travel blog entry by debbie.chung on Jun 05, 2014

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    Iris picked Ronnen up at the train station at 0830. He was arriving from Tel Aviv to take us to Eilat (and beyond) today. The plan was changed last night as he was originally going to drive from Tel Aviv this morning and pick us up from the Finkelmans in Omer (Be'er Sheva) in his rental car. This would have meant that when Chris and I returned from Jordan (Petra) to Eilat in 2 days time, we would have to catch the bus back to Omer. As Ronnen was not going to join us in Jordan ...

    Arrival in Israel

    A travel blog entry by rvenezia on Sep 14, 2013

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    ... one. It was a Secular service for a religious holiday, very hard to explain. There were hardly any mentions of God, and I can say that my services back in the States are much more religious, however it was powerful in its own way and that is why I’m happy I sacrificed my feet for being able to say I attended a service in Israel on Yom Kippur.

    Yom Kippur day was interesting; I spent a lot of time at the beach, just relaxing. I’m starting ...

    Parting the seas. Thanks Moses.

    A travel blog entry by muzbec on Apr 01, 2013

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    ... He talks with the oozy creepiness of a mad scientist and strikes an immediate discord with some of the members of our group. There’s rolling eyes and rather abrupt ‘I’m sorry..?’ and ‘What?’ But he didn’t bother me, I love quirks and weird psychopaths. Faizal leads us on a path of ‘new procedure’ through Jordanian immigration which involves taking us through the Departures hall, an area secured against new arrivals. ...

    Into Israel

    A travel blog entry by alister.bland on Jun 30, 2012


    ... can you travel for 10 months and not work?" (I worked for 30 years wasn't a valid answer!!)
    But finally they let me go, or should I say "let me into Israel". The grilling was in a little room but was all quite pleasant, took about 3/4 of an hour and lots of repeat questions. But if you tell the truth you can't get confused so was all good.
    First impressions of Israel: very, very western, modern, expensive ( bloody expensive), - more ...

    Into another desert: Wadi Rum

    A travel blog entry by hhchua on May 07, 2011

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    ... back at the camp and ends with watching the stars in the clear sky and some singing by our guides. The biggest difference between Wadi Rum and the kaluts in Iran is the way the desert here is still very much part of the Bedouins' life: our guides tell us they visit the desert all the time, spending the night in the open or the caves, alone or with friends and family.