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... swimming pools as well as a roped off beach. I had a swim in the sea and used my goggles to view the sea life. There was a coral reef there and lots of small fish but nothing spectacular so I decided not to bother to hire a snorkel and mask. I guess we are spoiled in Australia with our marine life. We relaxed by the pool for a couple of hours and then caught the shuttle bus back to the hotel where we relaxed and I fell asleep for a couple ...
... centre here was fantastic and we all commented on how at all the incredible places and sites we had visited in Egypt we had never seen such a nice one (but then even the Aqaba Museum, population 110,000 was better than anything we saw in Egypt!). Do you get the impression even after just one day we like Jordan so much better!? Wadi Rum is a national park and is full of amazing rocks/mountains/hills jutting out of sand ...
... of Dahab) arriving at 5am, a little wait for Egyptian formalities, then onto the ferry at 6 and away at 6.30. All pretty easy and straight forward.
The trip up the Gulf of Aquaba took about 1.5 hours so it was a fast ferry!!! A pretty new twin hull cat. Good ride ( the gulf is like a mill pond - definitely not a place for surfers) and we were in Aqaba by 8. Then Jordanian formalities and I was in ...
... movies...so he knows what ******* means...we all (including the driver) had a good laugh. The price for the 2 hour trip was 35 dinar per cab, so about 12 a person. Not too bad!
Once in Aqaba we all realized we had barely eaten all day and were starving. We went to Jafra restaurant and had a delicious Jordanian meal with fantastic service. I discovered my new favorite drink --lemon wa na-a---it is lemon ...
... where we found we’d missed the last bus. Never mind, we thought, these things… and two minutes later we came across Zedane’s favourite taxi driver Monir, who brought us and a Bedouin guide directly back to Rum village for half price (10JD). We couldn’t have planned it better if we’d tried.