The Rock Camp - Petra
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... and the guy asks, "what, you are husband and wife?" with what I must admit was genuine surprise. Michael says "of course we are!" Standing up, my long skirt is almost soaked in sweat from where the guy had pressed himself against me, and I feel kind of sick, as I seize the opportunity to pull Michael's arm and rush down the steps in search of Wesam. Michael was angry and upset with himself for not realizing right away the kind of situation we were in. But really, ...
... 30 you start to really get picky about things in life like women and work and that kind of stuff. You slow down and really think it through, like I'm against marriage, how about you?" Where Logan responded, "we're married." (Insert awkward pause here). Cousin says "marriage is beautiful! I like to go to my friend's weddings and watch the bride and groom look at one another the first time when she's walking toward the priest." Talk about a flip. Later on he ...
... Sea. We could see Jericho, the oldest city in the known world. The experts have thought that Sodom and Gomorrah were located near the south of the Dead Sea but recent excavations indicate they are probably located here near the north end.
It's interesting that the Muslims here know so much about Christian history, but as our guide said, the area is written about in the Old Testament which is ...
... as the most impressive features. There is also and older Roman temple at one end. The ruins of Petra have been caused by earthquakes and this temple in particular can be seen full of fallen arches and masonry.
You can climb up a level in the centre of Petra wher you can go inside a tomb and look at the facade. This part of Petra also affords beautiful views of the layout.
I found visiting Petra to be wonderful but I was also a ...
... within the ancient city. You can no longer ride horses into the city (too much vibration and dust was damaging the narrow canyon (Siq) leading into the city), and they have laid concrete through much of the Siq to further reduce damage. Still, despite these changes, UNESCO has placed Petra on the risk list, worrying that without further restrictions on tourist traffic, the city will be irreparably damaged in the next 10 years or so.