Shaharut Inn

Shaharut, Hevel Eilot, Israel | Lodge
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Travel Blogs from Hevel Eilot

Israel part 1: the road to tel aviv

A travel blog entry by ngyixian1 on Aug 03, 2014

3 comments, 2 photos

... cautiousness gave him a bad impression of all Asian people. On the flip side, at an Egyptian bus station, the man at the counter told me there was no bus to taba (where I was headed). I knew that was untrue and kept pestering him. Sure enough, within minutes he told me there was a bus leaving at noon. I don't understand what he had to gain from lying to me... The egypt-Israel land border crossing is a disaster. You're besieged by Egyptian incompetence on one end and ...

Jordan

A travel blog entry by richardandemily on Jun 09, 2014

45 photos

... the Wadi Hassa – an area in the Jordanian Dessert that follows the 'Dead Sea Rift’ – a river running through a breathtaking canyon with landscape changing from arid desert to 100m huge canyon cliffs with stunning rock formations, desert oases with tropical bush, natural hot springs and fresh cold water springs. It was one of the most stunning and unique walks either of us have ever done.

The walk itself was ...

Petra, the 'Rose City'

A travel blog entry by debbie.chung on Jun 06, 2014

87 photos

... selling souvenirs and refreshments, as guides and/or renting out horses and camels for tourists.

It truly is a "bucket list" site and 4 hours isn't really enough. It probably requires 2-3 days but the walk in and out is taxing on a warm day. There were camels, horses and donkeys available for optional transport. The quote for a 2 person carriage for most of the way was US$30. The group reconvened at the bus ...

Simply Breathtaking

A travel blog entry by lochlanjw on May 30, 2014

3 photos

... I have felt the cold stone of Angkor Wat, inhaled the dust of Persepolis, and tread the ancient stones of Petra. Should you only really see one thing before you die, perhaps it should be Petra!

It seems no work of Man's creative hand,
by labour wrought as wavering fancy planned;
But from the rock as if by magic grown,
eternal, silent, beautiful, alone!
Not virgin-white like that old Doric shrine,
where ...

Petra

A travel blog entry by hazelandmartin on Apr 18, 2014

1 comment, 44 photos

... sand now, some of the marble pavement is still visible, and some of the columns, at least in part stand. This was where the temples, shops and other public buildings would have been, now all lost in the sand. We saw the remains of a nymphaeum which we think was some kind of fountain or well, by the way doesn't the name sound roman rather than Arabic. A large tree is growing out of the ruins now, so maybe there is still water deep under the sand. We look back and look at ...

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