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Travel Blogs from Taba
... fell asleep, I cried at the end.
I couldn't help but think of Jesus going out into the desert for 40 days and nights without food or water...so desolate and barren. Wow! I can't imagine what He went through.
Kent's stomach is bad now too...virus' just run rampant in the ship. Have to be so careful with washing and keeping oneself healthy.
We enjoyed our day and our visit to Aqaba.
... the heat. It was the longest 200m in 40 degree Celsius heat with my pack and Lucky’s pack. Once we reached the boat we dropped our bags off in a separate container and cut the queue once again. The perks of being in a tour group, I guess! We handed our passports to the official on the boat and Sophie took the lead to ensure that our passports would be safe as all of us were a little nervous giving our passports away. Nearly all of us went to the front of the boat; ...
... queued, had our passports cursorily examined, stamped and waved through. The departure tax was 8 JD each and could be paid at the ticketing agent or at the customs post. The hut was so small you could go in and out in three steps. Then we waited to get on the boat. The boat looked new, modern and fast.
The boat was to leave at 7PM and we had half an hour to wait. There were only a few people on board so we were wondering how many people there would be. Then the tidal wave ...
Saturday, June 25 We say farewell to Bethlehem and travel down to the area of the Dead Sea, where we tour Masada and Jericho. In the afternoon we swim/float on the Dead Sea. We then bus to the Southern tip of Israel at Eilat, cross over the border to Egypt, and overnight at Taba, just across the border at the Sol y Mar Sea Star Hotel (www.solymar.com). ...
... better idea to have a driver, than worrying about learning to drive in Jordan for two days. For some reason the taxi driver we had only went half way, so we swapped drivers and taxis. The first driver was a violin playing and had spent time in the Jordanian symphony orchestra and also in Vienna. We finally got to South Beach - and usually its a bit of a lurk - as the place we were dropped off, was way out of the main town, and is owned by ...
Other places to stay in Taba
Taba Beach, Taba | 5 star hotelfrom $91
Km. 14 Taba - Nuweiba Intl. Road, Taba | 4 star hotelfrom $60
- Worst hotel i have ever stayed in
- Very very quiet resort and surrounding area
Taba Golden Coast, Taba | 5 star hotelfrom $67
- Wonderful time just returned 04 Nov 2004
- Super Holiday
- Egyptian Hospitality
Km 10 Taba-Nuwibaa Road, Taba | 4 star hotelfrom $43
- Really lovely place if you like a restful break!!!
- Horrible hotel
- Quiet but enjoyable
Taba | 5 star hotelfrom $66
- Value for money !!!
- Excellent holiday
Km 2, Taba International Road, Taba | 5 star hotelfrom $65
Wadi Mahashy El Ala, Taba | 5 star hotelfrom $78
Taba Golden Coast, Taba | 4 star hotelfrom $47
Taba Nuweiba Road km 1, Taba | 4 star hotelfrom $74