Bedouin Garden Village
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Kids pool
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It was only about an hour's drive from Wadi Rum to Aqaba. Along the way we passed through a big checkpoint that marked the entrance to the Aqaba Special Economic Zone. We later found out that the JD40.00 (about AU$80.00) each we paid for visas doesn't apply if you enter Jordan through the Aqaba Special Economic Zone - something to consider for …
... what she's used to. The second dive was a wreck dive, which featured a large cargo ship sitting perfectly on its side. The wreck is new enough that it was still fairly well intact, but old enough that a fair amount of coral was growing on it, which was home to many fish.
Also while in Aqaba, we decided to try out a Turkish bath. For those unfamiliar with a Turkish bath, it basically entails getting hot and cold water poured over you, sitting in ...
Left early on a bus to Wadi Rum, a desert area home to many Bedouin. I went with a tour company who organized a half day of hiking, climbing huge sand dunes of red sand and rock formations and an overnight stay in the desert. I was joined by three Danish travelers (a couple working and living on the West Bank and her visiting sister) and an English/Brazilian couple. ...
... toilets (1/2 of which were the hole in the ground variety), no paper, construction zone for new duty free shops, and daylight savings was starting the next night so we were losing an hour of sleep.
Our little plane to Aqaba was a Dash 8 - very similar to the little one we caught to Hervey Bay. Apart from us and 4 others, the plane was filled with some European tourist group we couldn't understand. It was ...