Wadi Rum Bedouin Camp
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and I paddled again - still not warm enough.
At about 11am we headed back to the room, as we had to pack before
Once we had checked
out, we had to decide what to do. We
were headed for Sun City, Wadi Rum, which was 40 minutes away, but we knew it
would be hot there, and no swimming pools in the desert. We started off at Gloria Jeans, where we had
coffee/drinks, and Ron had a nasty ...
... a few other things. We watched the sunset in the desert while drinking Bedouin tea. Beautiful. After that we headed off to our camp. We had dinner which was really good. Lamb and chicken that had been cooked under ground for four hours. The meat was falling off the bone, and the chicken was good - I thought it might be dry. The boys got a campfire going. It is really quite cold at night. We toasted marshmallows which is not a very ...
... each other like they’re part of a football team. We make a quick stop in the town at the feet of the team and pick up some supplies for lunch, hommus, bread, pickles.. that sort of thing. By now we’ve changed vehicles and are ready for the desert landscape in one of three 1980’s era Landcruisers. They’ve endless kilometers and are this solid mass of metal panels, built tough and still going strong. Our Jordanian driver is a sight for sore eyes with ...
... very hot during the day, it will still be cool at night and warm clothes and a sleeping bag is highly recommended when travelling outside of the summer months. A dinner cooked in a local earthen oven is included. Western-style toilet facilities are available. Conditions are basic at our desert camp, but the company of our Bedouin hosts is warm and you'll treasure the memory of sleeping beneath the twinkling desert night ...
Left early on a bus to Wadi Rum, a desert area home to many Bedouin. I went with a tour company who organized a half day of hiking, climbing huge sand dunes of red sand and rock formations and an overnight stay in the desert. I was joined by three Danish travelers (a couple working and living on the West Bank and her visiting sister) and an English/Brazilian couple. ...