Wadi Rum Bedouin Camp
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... s called Mohammad, who subjected me to the latest Jordanian music "This is Arabic dance!" he told me. I could tell he loved his music and was keen to play me a selection of music as we negociated potholes and steep mountain roads, I was thinking "You err might want to keep your eyes on the road there bud". Not hearing me he said "This song is for the King! Listen, "YAH ORDONIAH! YAH ORDONIAH!" he sang. This means 'I am Jordanian'. Despite the ...
... City seemed shorter, and I dismounted reasonably successfully (I certainly
wouldn't say I improved with practice), despite having one completely dead
leg. That was fun, once back on the land
and the pins and needles kicked in. Emma tipped the camel man 10JDs, which was
probably quite a lot, but I think she had quite good value for it, especially
considering he charged her 2JD to pose with his camels last time she was here.
... ago. It's a beautiful landscape. The Nth Americans on the trip say it's similar to their southwest. The huge rocky outcrops are beautiful. We climbed a few. Of course the lads had to go clambering all over the place. There was a little bit of hooning by our driver who was a very good looking young lad. We stopped and had some Bedouin tea which is very nice. It's essentially a type of chai I suppose. It is lightly spiced with cinnamon, ...
... and Saudi Arabia in the east. This fact was confirmed by my phone, which seemed to be a bit confused as to which country we were currently residing.
Upon arrival in Aqaba we instantly gained another hour just by entering the country (as Jordan is in a different time zone than Egypt) and we were once more given VIP treatment our group of four was coaxed off the boat by security to immigrations, ahead of the pack. We got our passport ...
... desert scenery in Wadi Rum. A 4-hour jeep safari takes us through some of the most beautiful and sublime desert scenery on the planet, a true highlight of this trip. Wadi Rum is full of weird and beautiful lunar-like rock formations. Traces of ancient civilisations can be seen in the many carved inscriptions found throughout the Wadi Rum area, from pictographs to Thamudic, Nabataean and Arabic texts. The most ...