Seven Wonders Bedouin Camp
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... have walked away and threatened to call police. But I am not at home, and for some reason something in my brain makes me tolerate things I would never accept in my own context. I guess it is a mixture of thinking "things are different here" and of wanting to appear kind and gracious - assuming positive intentions in others. Whatever it is, I simply didn't react. Wesam told us the little boys will go home and feel like they are famous because they have a foreign ...
... airport and waited...for a very long time to go home.While at the airport, a couple of interesting notes. Aparently anything flies when it comes to packing. We saw people with cardboard boxes, buckets and styrofoam coolers covered in packing tape. At one point there was a little kids riding motorcycle and there were at least 3 people who worked for the airport trying to figure out how to pack it and get it on the airplane. But never did we see someone ...
... in head scarves were with girls without. We were told that the school is for all children regardless of faith.
Back to the Desert Highway. It's a 3 hour drive from Amman to Petra without stops. So it's a long drive through the desert. We saw camels and donkeys and goats. Then we turned west toward Petra and climbed up into the mountains and the landscape was green and lush again. As we drove ...
... the Treasury on the way out. We had spent 6 hours in the site and stopped only for a drink where my daughter was delighted by the three playful kittens in the cafe.
We stopped for a late lunch and then retreated to our hotel Movenpick Resort hotel to enjoy the pool and relax our flagging muscles in the steam room.
That evening we ate our meal to the amazingly loud accompaniment of some local musicians. It was a pleasant and slightly bizarre end to a wonderful ...
... but no more. Our guide was a passionate photographer, and throughout our many hours with him, he took elaborately staged pictures at "hidden" spots he know of from his years working in Petra. We walked the additional 1 km through the Siq, which abruptly ends and "spills" you out at the historic Treasury building. We were exceedingly fortunate, too, in that we arrived during the one-hour a day when sunlight hits the Treasury. The crowds ...