Magic Sunrise Club Eilat
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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Indoor pool
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Good day Folks... So glad you've joined us again:)
We woke at 3am to the sounds of young Jewish people dancing and singing in the streets below. Not sure what their problem was, and why they weren't quiet and in bed... So I turned over and put my head under the rocklike pillow provided... and went back to sleep
Well the day 'officially' began with another scrumptious breakfast to kick off the day. Same stuff as yesterday, but just a bit choosy with some ...
... of the alien landscape.
After our rock climbing adventure we headed towards our nights accommodation and had the pleasure of staying in a seven thousand star resort as the locals like to call it.Not an actual resort this is in fact a traditional Bedouin camp, well when we say traditional it has been upgraded a bit to suit the tastes of the tourist market and the reason it has so many stars, well we would just have to wait for the sun to set.
Then began the drive to Eilat where Yaron had booked us a 'surprise'. We were instructed to go to the Dolphin Reef in Eilat. There, we were shown to the relaxation pools where we had our own individual 'therapist' help us relax whilst we were floating in the water. Meanwhile, there were speakers in the water playing relaxing music whilst we bobbed about. It was simply magical!
After our session with the therapist, we were free to use the other pools in ...
... of whom grew up and many of whom still live in nomadic tents in the desert. There is still much debate as to whether they are "technically" Arab, but whatever the case, they have a different culture than core Jordanians...or Arabs for that matter. They are also treated differently within Arab society. I made the comparison of Gypsies in Europe, when trying to explain it to Anna. I bring this up, as most anywhere else in Jordan, it would be all but unimaginable to ...
... departing. Peace once again. Which is more than can be said for Cairo. Start seeing news footage of the Pro-Morsi protest camps being bulldozed (including a comical scene where an Egyptian is thrashing a heavily armoured bulldozer with a stick, John Cleese like in Fawlty Towers thrashing his car with a branch).
Arrange car and driver and a 4x4 jeep for jaunt to Wadi Rum, 40mins north of Aqaba. Swap from cramped clapped out taxi to cramped clapped out jeep. The local Bedouin ...