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... looking forward to feeding me up which, after losing nearly 10kg on this trip, was not going to be a problem for me. The food and hospitality was amazing and after dinner we watched the Arabic version of Jeremy Beadle (British candid camera) fool some famous Middle Eastern celebrities. We all laughed together and it was great to watch comedy that broke down the language barrier and something we could all laughed at together, it was a nice moment and ...
... to the officer who inspected them closely. He asked where we were going to. Satisfied with Roisin’s answer, he waved us on
We noticed that the car in front, had a green car registration plate, as did ours. In Jordan, foreign nationals are not permitted to drive a car with a white registration plate (residents only). A green plate indicates a public service vehicle so buses, taxis and in our case, hire cars all have green plates. Other colours include yellow ...
... most spectacular very tall gorge with rocks of the most awesome shapes and colours. The guide explained about some of the carved rocks, many which we wouldn't have even noticed without him. It was about a 2.5km walk through the gorge before we rounded a corner and could see the treasury through the crack. WOW - it truly is amazing and I actually felt a little gobsmacked and speechless. It's easy to appreciate why it is (or was?) one of the wonders of the ...
... and headgear like a 'do-rag'. This means that they look very Jack Sparrow like. Apparently they hate being told this. The truth is that Jack Sparrow looks like them, not the other way around. I bought a book. There is a New Zealander woman - Marguerite - who married a Bedouin and lived In the caves for thirty years. She wrote a book called "Married to a Bedouin". Unfortunately Marguerite wasn't there (currently in Amman), but her son Rami was. We ...
... As appealing as that may have been we still had some way to go so we carried on.
Suddenly Jehad brings the car to a halt on the road. We're not sure why at first, there's very little other traffic on the road, I think we've seen more goats on the road than cars. We reverse up a bit and he points out a little tortoise very slowly meandering across the road. I didn't realise tortoises lived in the wilds of Jordan, but concluded ...