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

      ... Moses looked out into Israel as well as his final resting place. The views were absolutely amazing and there was also a nice church built on the mount, but due to ongoing renovations, we were not allowed to go inside. After walking around, we all gathered to share our various stories and experiences with our families in the Southern Badia. Overall, everyone seemed to enjoy their time and made some real connections with their families despite the brevity of our homestays.

      High and Dry

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

      74 photos

      ... heading to Webdeih for some much needed homework time in a cafe on Paris circle. By Wednesday morning we were all dressed up and waiting at SIT for our mass exodus into the desert. Of course we had to take a few token pics in our traditional dress before we left! Due to some capacity issues we all had to spilt up into two buses. Equipped with my new thobe, toilet paper, and small presents for my host siblings, I was ready to head out on our 4+ hour journey. For the ...

      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.