Al Zawaideh Desert Camp at Wadi Rum
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We say goodbye to Israel today. I loved Israel. The cities, the towns and the landscape. The only downside has been the political borders. A good example was, when we needed to change buses to go from Jerusalem to Bethlehem (Palestinian Authority). We ran into checkpoints almost every place we went. For an American who can travel anywhere in the …
... a visa. Yet the Israeli's can come freely into Jordan. I was a bit nervous passing through as we had left the passports at the hotel but all was good and they were friendly with Shadi.
After the dead sea, and a really poor attempt at washing off the salt (in the ridiculous trickle of a shower that smelt like poo!) we started making our way upwards to Mount Nebo, stopping at an interesting dead sea museum/gallery along the way. We enjoyed some amazing scenic ...
... the bowl. I love how such small things when you are travelling can be so nice/different and unexpected. I am DETERMINED not to have any alcohol now tomorrow. I can't possibly drink every day for the next 6 months....think I would be too concerned about my liver and all the calories! So the jet lag, time difference and scotch saw us sleeping and comatose until we woke at 8pm and forced ourselves to wake up to go down for some dinner. The ...