Rum Stars Camp & Bedouin Adventures Group
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- Continental Breakfast
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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... used during the spice trade, a red sand dune and a small "canyon" - more like a gorge. It did take about 2 hours.
Then it was the trip back to Aqaba gate for our return to Israel. It went smoothly as far as border controls except that we got an Israeli stamp on our passports. This may prove problematic in future visits to Arab aligned countries. We located our car ...
At 7:00 somebody knocked on my tent shouting „BREAKFAST“. Mhhh, the dilemma was that I was hungry but also did not want to crawl out of the only warm place in my tent and was in the mood to lift my blanket… Well, the hunger won. At around 7:30 after a short „Cat-wash“ I had breakfast in the community tent meeting Knut and Adele again… Breakfast was the ...
... in and the last out. Full scale rain by the time we were back to our bus, so we headed off to Wadi Rum where it wasn't raining to get dry. Spent New Year's Eve at a desert camp, sleeping in tents. Camp stretcher type beds. I've had better, but if you lost yourself under the pile of blankets it was quite warm.
The New Year's Eve meal was lamb and chicken cooked in a fire pit, with lovely salads to go with it. The firepit was unveiled with a ...
... to hit the beaches again, and I spent most of the day with a new friend we had made who is also living in Amman, working for a non-profit that aides Syria. Hers is one of the last organizations that still has volunteers on the ground in the war zone. Her work is amazing, and she gave me many pointers for getting into non-profit work abroad and perfecting my Arabic. She rode back to Amman with us around 4pm, the five of us smooshed into our rental car ...
Yay diving day! We jumped out of bed at 8 and headed for breakfast. Nothing fancy but it did the trick. We then walked a few metres down the road to the dive shop. The guys were really friendly and organized and got us ready in no time. We then hopped into minivans and headed to the pier where we boarded the boat with about 20 other people. The boat had a great upper deck for relaxing and then a lower deck with the diving gear all cleverly stowed in crates numbered for each ...