Bedouin Moon Village
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... a time to be relaxing our guard. As such we decided to go to the navigation officers talk on how to plan a voyage. We agree this is maybe not the most inspiring of subjects but we feel we should have a working knowledge of how to get home just in case the bridge officers are taken prisoner. The good news is is that should the worst happen, all the routes, courses and associated paperwork for the voyage is in a nice little book, and on the whole we can just stick ...
... trying to charge us a $15 fee for paying in local Israeli sheckles instead of dollars, we crossed the border into Jordan on foot. We were greeted by our guide on the other side, who had to talk to the head honcho of the taxi monopoly (in Jordan) and show him the stickers on our shirts in order to pass. We met a friendly couple at the border who wanted to catch a ride with us, but our guide explained that the taxi company does not allow anyone to ...
... us straight away as there had been recent 'changes to the system'. He ushered us via a shortcut past the locals lining up to catch buses and taxis. Then suddenly we are standing in the middle of some sort of commotion with a police officer which we later realised was because we had illegally crossed the border, bypassed passport control and were technically, illegal immigrants. It was at this point, within the police's rights to deport us back ...
... put instead of continue their famed nomadic life, greeted by Audeh (our tour operator) in his house with some tea. Originally we had asked for a long camel trek (well, mainly Bernhard's request, since I'm not so eager to subject my poor thighs yet again to hours of camel-riding torture)...but in the end, I think what we ended up was better. We were first led by camels around town for about half an hour, before we climbed up to a pretty underwhelming but ...
... rushed ahead to forewarn the Bedouins to stick the kettle on!!!
We had the opportunity to wander around this camp. I noticed that each tent had a number. Not too sure why tents need to be individually identified unless it was for the postman to ensure mail doesn’t go astray!!!
So, this was our experience of Jordan. We would certainly consider returning to this country as it has so much to offer. We will now be aboard the MSC Lirica for 4 days ...