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We knew from the beginning that we were trying to pack a lot of activity into a 10-day trip. One could easily spend several days in Petra and still not see everything in the city. That said, we'd resigned to allow one full day, and this was that day. It was either the thin curtains in the room or the early-morning call to prayer, but we were all up …
Finding the King's Highway in Shobak was infinitely easier than in Karak, and we were quickly on the final leg of our southward journey toward Petra. It became increasingly green and the rock formations softened the further south we drove. It was a beautiful afternoon, and the degree of contrast between this leg of the drive and the desolation of …
We made quick and new friends with an Italian/Brazilian couple from New York.
The next day, we went on a road trip with them in their rented car during most of which we didn't stop talking.
We got to see everything we wanted to along the way, and even managed to get to Petra in time to have a quick dinner and join the night tour.
Last night was by far the worst sleep I have had so far. It was absolutely freezing in the desert, and sleeping in a tent didn't help at all. I made good use of my base layers that I brought with me, but that didn’t help my nose and ears from almost freezing off. I hardly slept at all through the night so I decided I might as well get out of …
... was a beautiful restaurant and museum. We ate lunch there. Beautiful salads.
We walked back. It took about 1 1/2 hours. Some of our traveling companions took a donkey and some a camel. They finished the journey in a mule pulled carriage that clattered along the cobblestones. They were sitting in a cafe drinking iced coffee when we finally make it out!
What a great day!
Tomorrow we drive to Israel!