Orchid Reef Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- TV Channel One Russia
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... distance from the shore, so we gear up and walk right out into the sea. Holly and Chen went first and I stayed back and chatted with a young Russian woman. We chatted about long distance love and my tears came immediately back. I wish that I wouldn't cry when I talked about him anymore. I wish it was so easy to completely release him. But as she said sometimes the soul knows more than anything and in those cases not even time will be the doctor. When Holly ...
... have ended up being 20 cups of bedouin tea we consumed during the day. The others we met inside Mehedi's modest meeting room were taking a variety of tours, some on camel and some hiking and mountain climbing. Our guide and the Jeep were to be ours alone for the day, though we'd see the other travelers that night at camp.
We set off in the Jeep, which had clearly seen better days. Given the conditions under which it is operated, I guess no one could ...
... Hmmm. Hmmm. Hmmm.
There's only one thing to do. Retire to the bar for a beer and a conflab. Arab women playing in the hotel swimming pool fully clothed in black. Next to them skimpily clad blonde girl. The contrast is bizarre.
Beer in bar. Outcome of discussion is. Cancel Cairo. Hold in Amman until Sunday. Further decision on Nile Cruise on Sunday depending on how it pans out. FCO advise against all but essential travel to Egypt so not insured. Would've been minimal ...
... farewell to some of the group who were not continuing onto Jordan. Sunday was an early start and a long drive from Cairo to Dahab on the Red Sea. After a good night's sleep I got up early to go on my first ever dive. It massively exceeded my expectations and I'm keen to have another go when back in NZ. We saw a turtle and an octopus, which is apparently a pretty good result. I got as far as 12m below the surface which is the maximum they'll let a newbie ...
... One ravine we passed was the deepest valley in Jordan - very deep and narrow. The water that flowed through here also left a trace of mud colouring to the turquoise water around it. Almost opposite Masada we stopped at a spot where above us on the cliff top was a tall pillar of salt which is called Lot's Wife as it was near where Sodom & Gomorrah were. On the shoreline was also quite a build up of salt in mushroom shapes.
Before we turned off from this road, quite a ...