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Travel Blogs from Taba
... were sharing bread with what we ultimately settled must be sheep organs. Bon appetit!
The boat took about three and a half hours to make the crossing. I spent the ride alternately dozing off and reading, and ventured onto the roof for a pretty sunset viewing, where one of the Hajj going ladies insisted in taking my picture. From the boat we could actually see four countries at the same time. Egypt in the west, Israel in the north, Jordan in ...
... of my room in the hotel. So near but so far! I am going down to the restaurant for an evening meal and then a bath, a real bath, having only had a shower on the ship and then early to bed as I leave the hotel at 06.50 tomorrow. By the way had to ask reception for a bath plug. It's a four star hotel and no bath plug. That takes you back in time. Dinner was a very tasty vegetable soup followed by a not so tasty beef dish. Finished with the nicest strawberry ice cream I have ever had. ...
... just float. If you lay on your back, you actually float on top of the water. Note to selves, don't get the water in eyes or mouth. It is so salty it stings like made. We both experienced the adverse effects. After floating for a bit we covered ourselves in dead seas mud lol. We looked like Nubians lol. We let it dry for a bit then jumped in and washed it off again. We now have very smooth skin. After getting cleaned up we had a delish buffet lunch and then hit the road ...
... to do that. We were pleased that we had made it all the way to the famous “Treasury” and beyond to the outdoor amphitheater and some of the tombs that were much farther in.
We took advantage of every minute that we had! Petra, Jordan is definitely one very spectacular place and we are so glad that we went.
Following our exit out of Petra, we had a wonderful Jordanian buffet lunch at the ...
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). ...
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