Nairoukh II

King Hussein Street, Aqaba, Jordan | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Aqaba

Snorkel, Shop, Savour

A travel blog entry by moinmotion

2

... quite such a strange compliment, but couldn't help smiling back. After some good-natured bartering, we settled on a price, and he carefully wrapped my purchase in newsprint.

Dinner was at a seafood restaurant, exactly what I was craving. I ordered a traditional Jordanian dish called Sayadieh: pan-fried fish fillets on top of a rich,savoury bed of rice, almonds and carmelized onions with a side of a hot gravy-like sauce to pour over top. I say delicious.

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Proverbial Day We'll Never Forget

A travel blog entry by nellieva

54

... visitor, but among the Bedouin, no such mantra exists. Luckily our guide -- Mehedi -- had warned us, so we when approached the turnoff for the visitors' center parking lot and a group of men approached the car and told us to roll down our window, we were prepared. They asked who we were to meet. I told them Bedouin Directions, to which one of them said, "Oh, I work for Mehedi. Go get your ticket and this other man will take you to him." We'd been told to expect this. ...

Aqaba where the flies swarm around in their 1000s

A travel blog entry by chris-roisin

20

... the walk into the centre of Aqaba from the port is only about 15 minutes, we were not sure of the route and together with the heat factor, we decided to pay the €9 each for the official bus. The bus ticket could be retained and used for the whole day. This idea should have been extended to other ports we have visited instead of dropping guests at the port gate, often left to the mercy of the taxi drivers!! Aqaba is not a restricted port and the public are free to walk within the ...

Camels at Sunrise

A travel blog entry by gregd999

7

... and his father is Jordanian. His parents met while studying in Kuwait, and Ayman was born there. He moved to Bosnia when the Gulf War broke out, then moved again to Croatia when the Yugoslav war broke out. He works half time in Jordan, and half time in Croatia, and his partner lives in Canada. And we think our lives are complicated. He is starting his own adventure touring company in Croatia, working in the former Yugoslav states. If you want a good guide in that region, contact ...

"Have a Blessed Hajj"

A travel blog entry by ellengoeseast

2
4

... foreign concept here.

Once I had purchased my ticket (30 EGP for a 2-3 hour bus ride, which really puts that taxi ride from the airport into perspective!), I was left trying to figure out which bus would be the one for me. Given the fact that the buses didn't have any numbers or destinations on them (that I could tell anyway, there might very well have been in Arabic) there really wasn't any obvious way to tell. Luckily a friendly local was able ...

Location

This hotel, located on King Hussein Street, Aqaba, is near Stella Maris Lighthouse and Carmelite Monastery, Haifa University, Beit Shearim, and Technion College.
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