Montego Bay Beach Village
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... joined me and we soaked up the sun and stayed by the pool for as long as we could. Until our stomachs took over and we went with Hannah to get lunch. It started to cloud over, so we sat by the pool for the rest of the afternoon and I had a nice little nap.
An Australian guy called Ben turned up at the hostel and he joined the three of us for dinner on the beach in Ashvem!!
We headed back to ...
... book more than 2 nights in any hostel, unless there is an extreme and necessary reason! After a slow day, I headed to Arambol with Sumit and his friend, who had arrived from Delhi today. I was so grateful for their company. We ate on the beach and then headed to Sweet Lake beach to watch the sun set. Again, it was simply stunning. We were lucky enough to be able to take a dip in the water. It was warm and ideal for a little semi - swim.
Despite not ...
... we were to spend 7 more nights. In the light of day, we could see that the simple hut was well constructed and painted in neutral colors. Our room has a solar heated standing shower, separate toilet and sink, king sized four poster bed draped in mosquito netting, and lots of suspended shelving. Over the next week, it really became our home away from home. We were also delighted to find out that the beach - which we couldn't see upon arrival due to the dark - is less than a 60 second ...
... of us even walked to the beach late at night and had beers while listening to the waves crash on the rocks. It was a fantastic way to spend our last night in Tel Aviv with some great people.
We caught a bus the next afternoon about 5 hours south to the Israeli-Egyptian border town of Eilat. Since we had booked a flight out of Cairo we need to access Egypt the safest way possible and that turned out to be through Eilat. We stayed one night just to rest up and apply ...
After a day and night spent relaxing with the people we had met, we decided to hire scooters and go for a day trip along the cost. Luckily the night before we had met an Indian guy called Akash, who was one of the funniest people we had ever met and seemed to no more about western culture then we did. So when we set off he became our unoffical tour guide. They thought of hiring ...