Royal Beach by Isrotel Exclusive Collection
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Beautiful environment to enjoy the sun and the Red Sea
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... like I was swimming in a giant doctor's office. There was a rainbow fish a foot and a half long, a stingray with neon blue dots on its back, eels within arms' reach, schools of nearly a hundred fish, all sorts of coral formations, and crystal clear water. Praise God for the marvelous grandeur of his creation! This was a fantastic first experience snorkeling.
Chris gave us free reign for the late afternoon and evening after we checked into the Adi ...
... into the desert.
The landscape is so different you could feel like you are on another planet with gigantic rock formations rising like ships on a sea of sand and the sand itself changing colour from deep red to golden brown in front of you.
Our first stop was at a Bedouin tent area to have lunch which we had pre-packed, we also got to scale a red sand hill for a view of the surrounding area. Brendon spotting a old snowboard grabbed it and headed for ...
... 8217; or just smiled.
No city worth its weight in gold would be complete without a mosque around which everything else is centred. Cutting through the veg and meat souk, the road opened out to reveal Al Hussein Bin Ali Mosque, small by comparison to some of the mosques we have witnessed on this trip but still a magnificent sight. The white mosque had a single dome and one minaret. Ornate patterns, as with all mosques adorned the outer upper walls each series of patterns ...
... last day in Eilat, and in Israel. We ate breakfast, packed, checked out, dropped off the car, and took a cab to the border crossing between Eilat and Aqaba, about ten minutes north of our hotel. It is free to enter Israel but it costs thirty dollars a head to leave; the process was nevertheless easy and we passed out of Israel and into the quarter kilometer or so of no-mans-land that lies between Israel and ...
... guns. We saw some action along the way, one group had captured someone. I never felt in danger.
As we travelled along the Red Sea we could see several beautiful resorts that were almost complete and now stood unfinished. After the revolution many investors pulled out due to the unstable political environment, leaving several resorts deserted and unfinished. The MBA in ...