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Looking up the hill, it seemed like an easy task to hike. Just follow the trail, as Akram told us and at the same time, adding that he would be waiting for us in the small parking lot near the museum which turned out to be closed for the day. The weather was nice and warm due to the Mediterranean climate, but mostly due to us …
As we made our way around the Citadel, evidence of many civilizations could be seen as well as numerous excavations in which remains as early as the Iron Age (10,000 BC) were found. It was quite fascinating just to imagine people living and walking here so long ago. All of these findings plus many more of other different time …
By carefully driving this huge whale of a bus through very narrowed roads, we made our entrance into the town of Karak by staring at this overwhelming silhouette of a Crusader castle sitting high above at the top of a hill. Just like Shobak, this Karak Crusader castle was built in the 12th century.
Descending from the …
Ali was his name. He wore a long grey robe with white pants underneath and on his head, a tuque. He looked quite westernized with the tuque! As he introduced himself, he explained to us that he was a Bedouin and had lived all his life in Wadi Rum. He grew up living in tents in the desert and being surrounded by this magnificent …
Jumping in the jeep, we then proceeded going up several huge reddish coloured sanddunes, around several high elevated granite peaks before making another stop at a magnificent natural rock bridge called the Um Fruth. The beauty of it was spectacular. Right there, I felt so small standing right next to these huge imposing rocks …
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