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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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... cautiousness gave him a bad impression of all Asian people. On the flip side, at an Egyptian bus station, the man at the counter told me there was no bus to taba (where I was headed). I knew that was untrue and kept pestering him. Sure enough, within minutes he told me there was a bus leaving at noon. I don't understand what he had to gain from lying to me... The egypt-Israel land border crossing is a disaster. You're besieged by Egyptian incompetence on one end and ...
... was consistently to be the highlight of our travels here.
Our cab driver deposited us at the Intercontinental Hotel after a 20 minute ride – during which I resolved that renting a car in Jordan was probably not wise; it’s not India but it’s not Indiana. The Intercontinental is a gigantic pile of swank on the edge of the Red Sea; we were – again – enthusiastically welcomed and shown to our room; ...
... say to him, "Luvly jubly", to which he instantly retorts, "Cheap as chips". He's been watching too much TV that lad!
Sedate drive (compared to yesterday) to Aqaba along the Kings Highway via Taybe. Simply stunning mountain scenery but too hazy for any good photos. Nearing Aqaba we're stopped at a customs checkpoint (bit like entering California) with a machine gun mounted on top of the Toyota Hilux.
Arrive Aqaba. It's a Red Sea resort. Eilat in Israel ...
We arrived in Aqaba, intending to partake in some snorkelling (diving being out of the question with my eardrum almost but not fully recovered) or just some beach time by the Red Sea.
Well, that went out the window pretty fast. At the hotel, a big gust of wind blew the door shut...on my fingers. Profuse bleeding on the floor commenced. My right ring fingertip was badly bruised, but my middle fingertip was a completely ...
I woke up tired and sore on the morning following my bike ride, but I was ready to jump in a car as soon as possible, so that I had the freedom to explore at my own pace. That morning at Avis, I ran into Julio, whom I hadn't seen since the West Bank, also renting a vehicle. We briefly discussed rolling together, but it was soon apparent that we wanted to see different things. I was presented with a Nissan Micra, a tiny little tin can of a car that looks like the ...