Ammarin Bedouin Camp
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Our great hosts at the Bedouin Village arranged for our 2 hour taxi ride to Wadi Musa and one of the new 7 wonders of the world, Petra. No matter how many pictures you have seen of Petra, including scenes from Indiana Jones that was filmed here, it is breathtaking to see in person. You ascend a 2 km path through a canyon which, in and of itself is incredible at every turn, to reach the Treasury ( a mausoleum used to bury kings) which dates back to the 1st century BC. ...
... be made out with a bit of help of imagination. Many of the carvings and designs were influenced by many other neighbouring countries to encourage trade with the ancient people of Jordan. There is Egyptian, Greek, and Roman influences in the design and detail of of the art and carvings. We continued to walk through the path when our guide asked us to turn around and look at the top of a mountain. He kept moving us a little further back asking us to strain ...
... is about 102 shekels per person. You have to pay this to leave the country into another by land, a fee we didn't know about until after we had booked all of our tickets. At the cashier, we also exchanged all of our shekels into Jordanian Dinar.
Next stop was a passport check. Here they made sure that you paid your exit tax and prepared some other documents. They also asked us what our religion was. Logan answered "none" and the woman at the ...
... rock and dedicated to Obodas I. The hike is hope-destroying because just as you believe you must surely be at the top, you round a corner and see peak after peak rise up in front of you. The heat is oppressive, the sun unmerciful, your feet ache and you are covered in dust. A ten minute hike beyond the Monastery brings you to a viewing platform, offering sweeping views of the entire Jordan Valley in all directions.
The entire ...
Today we visit the desert reserve of Wadi Rum made famous by TE Lawrence during the First World War. This is an area of great natural beauty with a rugged terrain inhabited by nomadic Bedouin who pitch their tents and follow their sheep from pasture to pasture. It is a rich environment with sandstone mountains rising up steeply from the desert floor shaped by erosion do wind and rain into a stunning landscape. The drive to Wadi ...