Palmira Hotel

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Travel Blogs from Eilat


A travel blog entry by dgart


11/13/2013 -- After a grueling 1 hour sail....we arrived at Eilat, Israel. The Austrian captain had the German folks laughing about this he said we will go out 10 miles, turn to starboard 180 degrees and go back to Israel. Literally, you could walk between the two cities in less than an hour. Walked to promenade along the beach and saw some ...

Just when you've seen it all...

A travel blog entry by cyclingmo


... country that ISN'T desert. From mountains to flatlands, it is sand, sand everywhere!

There are 18 of us on this journey, and, as Exodus is a travel company out of England, all of the others are residents of the British Isles - mostly England - although one woman is originally from South Africa; my roommate, Dimple, (yes, that really is her name) is an East Indian recently from Texas; one of the men is a transplant from Ireland, and yet another is from ...

Under the Sea

A travel blog entry by ndsquirrel

... from) under water but this was one of the skills required as part of the basic certification; plus that was one of the skills practice as part of the refresher course. At half a tank I signaled David, he attached the extra tank and I switched regulators with no problems. Once again I spook Griffin when we did this. I should have told him that David and I planned on doing this. With extra air I was free to explore the world 90 feet below the waves. To be honest I was ...

Day 23, Saturday - Dead Sea to Wadi Rum

A travel blog entry by goweregypt


... bought the scarf, was a butcher’s shop with a full goat hanging up - complete with furry ears and two other goat heads hanging as well.

We continued on through the flat, stony desert where there was a huge cement plant; power station; potash & phosphate mine and slate. They were also laying large water pipes which will in a few years take water from south of the Dead Sea to Amman. Amman’s biggest problem is its lack of water. Mahmoud said that water is ...

A shorter day with the fishies

A travel blog entry by spsadventures


... take me out into the Gulf of Aqaba and practice all of the emergency procedures, 1-on-1. Even though we were never really deep, there were still fish swimming in between my legs and all around me. The only thing I kept having issues with was that I didn't have enough weight on me to keep me down when the BCD was empty, so he added some weight.

As soon as we were done, they had a dive that was ready to leave, so I went on the bus with that group. We ...


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