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... down the Ciq ...along with the dust and the smelly manure!! What a scene it all was ..the many groups of tourists on the pathways and hillsides....and the whole area from the entrance to the arch gate at the end was much bigger than I imagined. It took a couple of hours to walk to the end of main road ...but only allowed for short hikes up the canyon sides - to the tombs and temples. There was much left unexplored - but given the walk in was all downhill - ...
... a coral base and lots of angular rocks on the shore, requiring permanent footwear. After a very quick dip, we had to settle for the hotel pool for a refreshing swim after 37C temperatures. The following day we made our way North to the Dead Sea.This time we took the Rift Valley Highway and accompanied the shores of the Dead Sea from South to North. It is a striking scenery, harsh but beautiful. The soil was essentially ...
... colour. It wouldn’t last though as another storm would pass through the area, as the space around our bus virtually turned into a lake. Looks like Jordan really got the rain she needed, perhaps our group brought it and we need to visit more ;)
Once everyone was safely on the bus, it was off to the Red Sea resort city of Aqaba for the rest of the day. After a delay at the city border crossing (Aqaba is like one giant duty free shop), we arrived downtown, checked ...
... 2 hours at the site. Bearing in mind it takes between 30-40 minutes walk before the site opens up to reveal the famous 'Treasury’ building, it doesn’t give a lot of time to appreciate the phenomenon of this ancient world. No, Roisin and I have plans to visit Petra in our own time and on our terms…watch this space!!!
Nevertheless, Petra is still the No 1 tourist attraction from the ship. The 29 coach load of sightseers from the ship confirm this. Apart ...
... exploration. We watched as our hosts pulled our dinner out of the ground after cooking for hours beneath the sand. The meal included lamb, chicken, rice, and vegetables all cooked together. Our Bedouin host also made fresh bread he flattened and cooked on a heated inverted wok kept on the fire. Unbelievable! The hot dishes were served with an assortment of hummus, salads, and sauces.
After things settled down, several of us decided to ...