Sofitel Taba Heights
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... If you are not good walker, or struggle with mobility - DON'T do this one! The 850 mt walk from the visitors centre in the heat is just the start (of which you cn elect to go down the incline here by horse (which Liz did) - but the walk itself through the narrow cliffs down an ever increasingly incline (the Sik) into the entrance to the City itself is very taxing at 12-1400 metres long, even for a ...
... where Italians go for the Winter, the answer is Jordan. Joined them for breakfast, then picked up the packs we had left behind, loaded everything onto the bus, and headed south for the hour long trip to Aqaba, at the very south end of Jordan. Actually, it took most of the hour to thaw out, and everybody's hands were going tingly at different times in the bus.
Checked into our lovely hotel in Aqaba, and we all fled to our rooms. It was a toss up. People either wanted a hot shower ...
... guns. We saw some action along the way, one group had captured someone. I never felt in danger.
As we travelled along the Red Sea we could see several beautiful resorts that were almost complete and now stood unfinished. After the revolution many investors pulled out due to the unstable political environment, leaving several resorts deserted and unfinished. The MBA in ...
... Hunger started to kick in so we started munching away at all the snacks we had bought. Only after a while we realised that most people on this boat were Muslims and it was still Ramadan time. We felt a bit embarrassed but we were also hungry.
After a 3 hour tour of the Red Sea we could see Aqaba. It was also during this time that we could see four countries Saudi Arabia, Jordan, Israel and Egypt. At around 8pm we finally made it to Aqaba and we found our guide. ...
... in front of a police car so in minutes an ambulance was there. The only person who looked hurt was the taxi driver and even that I think was more from shock. I am surprised that given how people drive across the world (we saw some truly awful driving in Sumatra) that we haven’t seen more accidents during our trip.
[Kat: The only other accident we’ve seen was in Sri Lanka - someone trying to show off on his motorcycle and it was at a very slow speed – ...