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 ...
... annoyed at my new comrades who I did not seek out and frankly tried to avoid. Spaniard kept asking me annoying questions about my plans in Israel (unwise to talk about that at the border) and Texan made some off colored racist remarks. Later I lost it at the Texan when he looked at another Asian dude and said "hey that's your twin! Where you from again, china land?". My response was "I'm from boston and Singapore you , stop being a American idiot. You're really reinforcing the ...
... 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 ...
... 5 tops on to ward off the chills.
On to the waiting camels, and off over the desert sands to watch the sun rise. Really nice. Really chilly. The desert hills turned as red as they do at sunset. I'm not normally up to watch.
Eventually, after about an hour of rolling over sand dunes, we dismounted, and were picked up by the utes, and taken back to the big camp where we had spent New Years Eve. Another big group of Italian tourists were in residence, so if you ever want ...
... on one side, Saudi Arabia on the other, then eventually Israel and Jordan as we pulled into the dock at Aqaba some two or so hours later.
We were to be met by another Intrepid guide. He had big shoes to fill given our comeradery with Mohammed in Egypt. He wasn’t even there when we arrived in the dock. To add to the stress, some retarded baggage porter encouraged me and Alex, a real good chap on our tour, to enter the cargo/trucking dock to look for our bags. ...