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TravelPod Member ReviewsBeit Zaman Wadi Musa
The hotel is lovely, but does need some basic maintenance like bath plugs that fit and shower holders tthat work.
The main problem though for us was that the hotel was out of the main area of Wadi Musa and the shops and restaurants.It was a 5RJD taxi drive to teh Petra site.
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... asking for love, clarity and strength. I prayed that there would be someone out there for me. Someone that one day I will be able to experience so much with. Hopefully he's out there praying for the same thing. I smoked some shisha around the fire, drank tea and chatted with Holly and Chris and laughed all night at the thought processes of a teenage boy. I think it's been a long time since I laughed that much. My mind was completely calm and ready for all new ...
... other little monuments or sculptures. It was a little difficult to figure out where I was since the map of Petra that you get when you buy a ticket is very vague, and there are no signs at all. It also didn’t help that there were NO other tourists up there so there was no one to follow. I just guessed as best I could until I had enough.
I walked back through the Siq and passed the Treasury again. It’s ...
... another imposing edifice carved from a cliff face, located up a climb of some eight hundred steps. By now it was getting pretty late in the day and most of the locals were heading home, there not being enough density of tourists to make it worthwhile to stick around. They just leave their goods and stalls where they are; the stuff sits there overnight, unmolested.
At the Monastery we had the place to ourselves, and enjoyed the ...
... Doyle already had a new challenge for the King - "a leopard eating some prey"......please.
The drive on the bumpy, dusty and rocky road began and we immediately saw a great number of the standard fare - impalas, elephants, hippos, wildebeest, zebras, giraffes etc. About 20 minutes from the lodge, King abruptly pulled over, and jumped out of the vehicle. If you remember yesterday's blog, King had introduced the "checking the tire ...
... they controlled – but they were very fussy about where they were entombed!
Shattered, we spent the rest of the day wandering around tombs and souvenir shops (both very easy to find), haggling for interesting bits and pieces. Tomorrow we’ll spend a final morning in the city, with the aim to visit the High Place of Sacrifice (cheerful, eh?).
I think that’s enough for now. Well done if you got this far…
Love to all xxxx