Taba Sands Hotel
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... regions of Jordan. The result is that as westerners we are constantly stared at and it can often be uncomfortable and even creepy. So outside of the diving, the last few days have mostly been spent lounging around the hotel pool, smoking sheesha, and just generally baking in the 40+ degree heat.
Tomorrow it's back to Amman for a couple more days before catching our flight out of Jordan.
... in such a beautiful area. Still a fun day & nice to have some warmer weather. It has been such extremes - from cool to cold in the mountains to warm by the seas - Jordan is certainly a country of contrasts.
Following the Red Sea swim, we sadly finished our last day of cycling - a mere 26 kms on flat desert road - and packed up our bikes to board trucks to head into the desert in Wadi Rum for a night of camping in goat hair huts with the Bedouins. A ...
... in the south through the Bab el Mandeb Strait and the Gulf of Aden. In the north, there is the Sinai Peninsula, the Gulf of Aqaba, and the Gulf of Suez. The Red Sea is a Global 200 Eco Region. The Red Sea Rift underlies the sea, which is part of the Great Rift Valley. The Red Sea has a surface area of roughly 169,100 miles. It is about 1398 miles long and, at its widest point is 220 miles wide. It has a maximum depth ...
... time in this small city. On the weekend holiday-goers flock to town and to the beach. Everyone spread out their blankets, pitched tents, set up grills and stayed from sun-up to sun-down. The outdoor restaurants were packed and there was definitely a holiday spirit everywhere. Our hotel was packed with families. It was very ...
... at a five star hotel (gee – another five star hotel!) just outside the gate to Petra. It was delicious, and the chance to sit down and rest was priceless. Of course there were souvenir vendors just outside the gates; I bought some toy camels for the grandkids to complete their menageries. Two full days back to back were certainly tiring, but definitely worth it. Tomorrow is a sea day, and then we transit the Suez ...