International Arab Divers Village
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Outdoor pool
- Kids pool
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... check in until midday. It was agreed that we would do a glass bottom boat trip which someone had told me was very good. We were short of time and I was worried we would miss out on seeing the reef if we were not careful. The boat trip was a disappointment especially initially as the coral did not look very healthy and although it was cool seeing a First World War tank under the sea where it was placed to ...
... to use the mens side! Men in black dress, hats and lovely curls facing an ancient stone wall, rocking and head butting said wall in some sort of trance...they are I the zone. Anyway it is none the less as experience of a life time and one I'm glad I have made. As I am deposited back no the bus having negotiated the souks and many areas of religious significance while while being charged at by a number of different ...
Day 51 Aqaba, Jordan
The sun was shining and the skies were so blue, the mountains nearby. After breakfast we decided to take the shuttle into town and look for the spa that was recommended to us. I needed to have my nails done and a pedicure.
We went to the Jenna Spa and I had an appointment for 10a. Men were not allowed into the spa at all, so Rich took his own tour by himself around Aqaba. It is friendly enough, but some of the ...
The ferry ride from Nuweiba Egypt to Aqaba Jordan was a bit warm and smelly and 3-hours long. The Egyptian departure hall seemed dormant at first until we found the immigration officer sleeping in his office, we had to wake him up. On the way to the ferry I twisted my ankle really badly and it swole up like a watermelon, how will I cope hobbling around with a backpack?!
Just after midnight, our vessel entered the Strait of Tiran and then into the Gulf of Aqaba, setting a northeasterly course to the port of Aqaba and our berth about 7:00 am. Aqaba is Jordan's only seaport, and the city serves as an intriguing gateway for travelers.
The capital of Jordan is Amman, which is in the northern part of the country. Amman was once named Philadelphia. Jordan has a population of about ...