Leonardo Club Dead Sea Hotel
Travel Blogs from Ein Bokek
... of smoke rising from my ears. By the time we'd gotten
back to the point that we'd passed 2 hours previously, my blood pressure had
returned to something approximating normal and enough blood was flowing to my
brain to allow for coherent conversation.
There was quite a lot of evidence that there had been some rain here
during this winter. The ground was damp her and there and the creek beds that
we were walking though were very green. It was very nice, if ...
... Hong Kong ran $350 a night, but we only needed one room.) It was also – by a wide margin – in first place for Poorest Service. I don’t actually mind paying a lot of money for a hotel, and I don’t mind waiting an hour between arriving and getting keys to the room, but I do have some trouble with doing both at the same time. I manfully tried to keep it positive; the fact that the signage in the room all bore the name of ...
... stars in the middle of the desert for a good half an hour was amazing. After we were done, we went back to the tent and made a campfire and had an awesome time singing songs with the guitar and ukelele that some people brought until midnight. It was tons of fun, and then we went of to sleep for a few hours since we were getting up at 3:45 to leave for Masada the next morning!
It was a packed day with lots of amazing experiences! Looking forward to more adventures tomorrow.
... so hopefully they're gone for the most part. We just can't figure out where they're actually coming from!)
We worked for a while, and at 1045 took a break for our snacks. I'd rather call it second breakfast, though, because that just makes it better. I ate some of the pita with hummus, pasteli (called sum-sum here), and pumpkin seeds that I had packed, drank some water, and then we were back to work. We only had 45-ish ...