Orchid Reef Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... we were all very happy to make it back for fresh lemon mint drinks (courtesy of the guide as an apology) and to have a sit down in the van back to the boarder which we reached just in the nick of time before it closed.
From there it was an uncomfortable night bus ride back to Tel Aviv where we spent one last day at the beach and went out for a delicious last meal in Tel Aviv with Adi and Or before heading off Turkey early the next morning. ...
... much more. This is accessed through a very narrow gorge with rock towering 80 mtrs,on both sides,you walk down a gradual slope fortunately some shade ,as you marvel at what is around you,aqueducts, everything so cleverly made,writings and so much to amaze,pinkish colours,but mixtures of all colours.When you think you cannot be amazed anymore,you turn and The Treasury appears,stops you in wonder,so huge so beautiful,carved into the solid canyon wall 43 mtrs high,it is ...
Friday, October 26, 2012 – Petra to Wadi Rum & Aqaba
Sightseeing: This morning, drive to the Red Sea, stopping en route to visit Wadi Rum, also known as 'The Valley of the Moon.' T.E. Lawrence so elegantly described this region, where weather and winds shape the landscape, as "vast, echoing and god‐like." Enjoy a 4WD jeep tour through this maze of monolithic rocks capes that rise ...
Breakfast, then left with guide Nasser who walked us down to the docks and saw our 'glass bottom boat' – the glass bottom part was pretty small but gave us a good view underneath the boat. As we pulled out we saw the public beach, crammed with tourists and locals (Jordan only has 27kms of coastline), the huge flagpole, then we started passing some of the large ships in the port. Not really where I wanted to go swimming as the water was ...
... of a hell hole and due to language barriers which are my fault entirely, I never got to know real Tanzanians and no Tanzanian ever got to know me. I thought Zanzibar was one of the most over-rated places on earth which again at no fault of the Island was not helped by torrential rain all day every day which effectively stranded me in Stone town, but I will talk more on this later. Game viewing here also seems astronomically expensive coming from Zambia where it can be had at a fifth of ...