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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Room service
- Non-smoking hotel
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... torch to find your way. We all loved Kerak and thoroughly recommend a visit.
The drive on to Petra along the Kings Highway not the Desert Road was very pretty going through former battle sights, tiny villages, Bedouin settlements and large towns. It winds also through the Dana Nature Reserve which is surprisingly green and looks a great place for hiking. We arrived in Petra at about 6pm and after a light dinner went to bed looking forward to seeing the legendary city ...
... us down. We pulled over within the chaos, and I was disheartened to see that he arrived in the same make and model car as we were already driving -- a Peugeot 206. This "new" car, however, was in even worse shape than the one we had. I explained that we had no desire to swap into the same car, particularly after he showed us the "trick" to open our trunk. When I told him we weren't going to bother changing cars, he looked very relieved ...
... to crowd into a shop, comparing and choosing what takes their fancy. In the main street market, every third or fourth shop seems to sell beaded Bedouin dresses, and belly dancing costumes. Their home life must be interesting. Surely most of the shop vendors would have gone broke if people weren't buying them.
Jordan is also a poor country, with no natural resources as we have often been reminded. They are certainly a highly educated and stable, ...
... straying from grass patch to grass patch and having an early dinner.
Right before the sun started to set for real the boy suddenly cracked his whip and the camels kicked into gear, suddenly running for the hills, with us still on their backs. When we reached the nearest hill ot became clear why we had taken off so quickly. The boy was merely trying to stick to the script, and we were meant to watch the sunset from the top of the hill. Which we did.