Sol Taba Red Sea
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Travel Blogs from Taba
... one in Awe. Liz was exhausted in the heat and the rough terrain underfoot and elected to take the horse & cart option back ( beware - this is where you get thoroughly ripped off - $30 return trip IF you book on your ticket on the way in, or people were forced ( because they were so exhausted they no way could walk back out of there by themselves), to pay up to $150USD + for a one way trip up! Anyway - she ...
... some tourists nuts, to say nothing of people selling electrical goods in the country.
It was a free day, so we took a map of the city to the coffee shop next door to plan our sight seeing. Memo to self - never, ever order a cappuccino outside Europe and Australia. I've done it before, and vowed not to do it again, and we forgot.
Everything is really close by, so we set off to see the three main cultural influences on Aqaba over the years. The first main influence was ...
Along the shores of the Red Sea, the Jordanian town of Aqaba is best known today for it's phenomenal snorkelling and diving. Yet life on the desert oasis was not always so laid back. For centuries Aqaba has had to redefine itself. Since it's ancient origins in 4000 BC many a culture has passed through and Aqaba has become a simple fishing village.
This is where people make their way to Petra, the ...
... At the conclusion of our meeting we headed out to find an ATM machine to pull out Jordanian dinars. This is when all of us stopped and were amazed at what we saw. There was a guy riding a camel on the sidewalk. With everyone ready we started heading towards the restaurant where we were to have dinner. We went past a beautiful mosque but since we were hungry, food was a priority. We walked past McDonald’s and Anthony refused to even talk about it. The restaurant ...
... just over $1.50 Canadian!). The nearest liquor store was just outside the hotel, but the hotel had a no food/beer rule, so every night I would have to smuggle in the booze to our room. Kat and I had a great, drunken time in Aqaba!!! Along with the cheap beer Aqaba has lots of cheap good food. We ate at a local restaurant opposite our hotel and had some great hummus, felafel and chicken tikka sandwiches. Kat also had an unusual but surprisingly good drink- lemon juice with mint. Try it- ...