The Bedouin Meditation Camp
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... from Yaron) and drove the 240km back to Be'er Sheva. The landscape on the way back was desolate and arid. We did stop for more pics at the top of Ramon Crater - visibility was much better.
Back at Yaron's, Debbie cooked a great stir-fry rice noodle dish for dinner. We were joined by Tal (Lior's girlfriend). Tomorrow, we head off to Jerusalem for 4 days. Should be fun.
... dinner. Arabic salad, simple but tasty thin bread, bean and tomato paste. After breakfast I asked for a desert jeep tour and was offered either a private tour or to go back to Wadi Rum Village and join a tour, which was cheaper. I decided for the second option. It turned out that the group tour only consisted of 6 people; hence no big difference to a private tour :). On the tour were ...
... lots of camera flashes and applause. The meal was accompanied with much dancing and a live musician, so apart from the usual smokey environment, a great time was had by all, due no doubt to the drinks purchased prior to entering camp.
It's kind of odd. Ashley is in Melbourne celebrating New Year eight hours before us, and Brendan and Rachel are celebrating in New York some eight hours behind us, so we are definitely strung out around the globe this ...
... let us out of the truck and told us to hike though the canyon and he would meet us on the other side. The truck was too narrow to fit though the canyon, he said, so he would drive around it and meet up with us. Two points now need to be made:
1. For almost the entire first half of the hike, we could easily see tire tracks from previous vehicles. Too narrow to drive though? I'm calling shena****ns on that one.
... but we managed to survive. We even took a detour to see the Karack castle, which made the gorgeous sunset over the desert mountains even prettier. The castle was closed, but it was a nice view and now I can say I’ve seen it! Getting back into Amman was slightly depressing after an awesome weekend, but we finished it off by eating at Heef and Reef, another shawerma place, and heading home for a good night’s sleep. I’ll confess: I ...