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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Room service
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... and rightfully so as Richard slipped on the way back, popped the middle of his jandals and almost fell – it was quite frightening). We ended up having a small yelling match with the guide (who was now on a neighboring cliff face) and making a group decision to head back the way we came. This meant we would definitely miss our bus – but that we would all at least cross the boarder that day before it closed. After a long, hot ...
... and making a booking. Later in the day we ventured out again and found a pub called the Rovers Return to enjoy a relaxing drink as the sun set over the hills of Israel and Egypt in the distance. A bite of dinner at a local restaurant with very slow service ended our first evening in Aqaba. DEREK'S COMMENTS The Rum village is an even dirtier untidier shithole than what we have seen so far in Jordan and that is saying something. But I ...
... I don't know but they have kept the insurance company informed. The port agent has organised a hotel for this evening and tomorrow I fly first to the capital and then to London arriving at 15.25. A good time to get to a hospital in working hours! I had to pay cash in US$ for it all so had to raid several bank accounts to get enough money. A sad end to the world cruise but a good excuse to do another cruise to the Red Sea I have just realised I can see the Balmoral from ...
... although I think the subtle commands from the camel guy helped. After about two hours of cool solo camelling we arrived at wadi rum village and met Okla and Mahmoud who were waiting wit the car. Okla was pleased that Al was well filled with bananas so she didn't cry on the desert. Once in the van we started the short run to Aqaba and the ferry that would take us back to Egypt. Okla booked us a day use room so we were able to shower ...
... greatest city on Earth, and in his time, it surely must have been a contender. Like most stuff in Israel, history is sandwiched layer upon layer there, and after Herod died, the Romans made it their provincial capital, and Pontius Pilate governed from there for 10 years. According to the Acts of the Apostles, the first Gentile to be converted to Christianity was a Roman centurion in Caesarea, and the Apostle Paul was imprisoned there before being transported to Rome ...