Sunset Camp

Address: Wadi Rum, Jordan | Campground
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      Travel Blogs from Wadi Rum

      The Tourist

      A travel blog entry by nana.koranteng on Sep 30, 2014

      33 photos

      ... the ending of our debrief, we took the short bus ride to the Dead Sea where we had lunch and spent time floating in the salty water. I felt like such a tourist-- but come on it's the Dead sea!! I floated for a bit, but after I accidentally swallowed some water, I was ready to find the infamous Dead Sea mud. For 3 JDs each, anyone can cover themselves in Dead Sea mud, which is known for being filled with minerals and very good for the skin. While waiting for the mud to dry, I hung ...

      High and Dry

      A travel blog entry by nana.koranteng on Sep 28, 2014

      74 photos

      ... of the bus ride we were surround by the caramel brown color of the seemingly endless sand. A bunch of us took naps or just talked (I did a combination of both) and before we knew it we were handing the bus driver our homestay assignments and getting dropped of. All of us were pretty anxious to get with our families, but of course we weren't going to get by that easily. I've been told numerous times that Google maps in essentially useless in Jordan (not hard to ...

      Little Petra

      A travel blog entry by dayna-tom-2013 on Nov 14, 2011

      12 photos

      ... from the Negev, Gaza, Askalon, Jerusalem, and the Phoenician coast would arrive and settle for awhile to engage in trade. There camels and donkeys roamed in the area near the cistern. The merchants probably stayed in the cool seculusion of the Siq al-Barid, the cold gorge, whose entrance is at the end of a narrowing of the valley.