Radisson Blu Tala Bay Resort, Aqaba
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... centre. The tour ended up in a shop where the original taxi driver was present (surprise!?). We were offered tea and coffee and invited to look round the shop. In the event we did buy a small souvenir. There were 2 souvenirs (the nature of which will be revealed when we get home) that we needed and were not in the shop. Our original taxi driver got one of his colleagues (? relative) to walk us to a suitable shop. As usual ...
... Ab Fab. Oh and a bit of my own je ne sa quai!! So where to I start with my events of a not so rough traveller?.....You see a cruise is fantastic for a traveller like me (more he) so let's say us! You leave the pleasant surrounds of a boutique cruise ship, they practically hand you a packed lunch...in fact they have on other occasions...not this time though...not yet...load you onto a spacious air conditioned coach ...
... to say "welcome to Jordan" and small talk. Everyone says "you are welcome in Jordan". We ran into a few camels on the sidewalks, and also a funny 11-year-old kid who started chasing us with a box of goods, jabbering in Jordanian. When Mark told him, "I bet you're trying to sell me something", his response was "YES! Very good!". Then he offered us a cigarette. Again, everyone smokes. We saw the Red Sea from the Jordanian side before turning in for the ...
... nothing to declare' line at customs – this occasionally involves an x-ray of your luggage; once in China they used a sniffer dog, which found a contraband apple – collect your baggage, and off you go. Typically, at no point in this process does anyone smile at you.
Imagine our surprise and delight, then, to finish our walk across the DMZ between Israel and Jordan and approach the soldier standing at the gate with ...
... settle there. He told us his father was a personal bodyguard to King Hussein and used to travel the world with him. Now he races camels. We were met in the town by our driver Mohammed. He provided a running commentary as we drove to Aqaba and strongly encouraged us to cancel our booked car hire and let him drive us back to Amman on Sunday as it would be cheaper and he would stop and show us things along the way. He also expressed concern ...