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... the Roman times, who they managed to fend off, and their capital city was Petra where people would come to trade spices, silk, frankincense and so on. They were quite the businessmen taxing caravans, as they were called, 25% of their goods for safe passage across the desert to Petra. When you see Petra you immediately see how advanced these people were.
Petra is like nothing you have seen before. It was discovered in 1812 by a Swiss explorer, ...
... may be more appropriate. How hard can it be? I walk further than 1.2km from the car park to work every day… and I work on the 12th floor!!!
We walked down the Colonnaded Street. This used to be the equivalent of their High Street as it was flanked by temples, public buildings and shops. Rising about 30m opposite the Colonnaded Street lie another masterful example of rock carving. A number of tombs have ornately been carved from the ...
... smooth rock face. Horse drawn carriages, the people of all ages, races, clothes. Awe inspiring. The journey was a gradual buildup of anticipation, ending with the revealing of the treasury of Petra. It was every bit as exciting and wonderful as any of us had imagined. Also crazy, with offers of camel rides, horse and carriage rides, donkeys, tourists, shops, but all were overwhelmed by the monuments. Amazing size, vibrant ...
... Police and they asked him to follow them without being seen. The police came and arrested them. It was funny and cute that Shardi was so keen to tell us the story and seemed excited and a bit proud about it. It made me smile and think that people all around the world are the same....they love helping to catch crooks! Back to Petra and Shardi teamed us up with our guide and off we went. Straight away, the surroundings were beautiful and we quickly entered ...
... to make this trip, deep snow covered the area and closed the road. Now the temperature is up in the mid twenties, its amazing how quickly the weather has changed, and that in the heat any snow remains at all.
We drop into, and drive back up out of Wadi Husa, the second epic canyon before reaching another fortress built by the crusaders at Shobak. Here we don't have anyone try to be our guide, just someone who offers to dress us up ...