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... is about 102 shekels per person. You have to pay this to leave the country into another by land, a fee we didn't know about until after we had booked all of our tickets. At the cashier, we also exchanged all of our shekels into Jordanian Dinar.
Next stop was a passport check. Here they made sure that you paid your exit tax and prepared some other documents. They also asked us what our religion was. Logan answered "none" and the woman at the ...
... standing structures. And of course, when a big earthquake hit, they all tumbled down. About this time the government wanted to develop these canyons as archaeological sites (and tourist location) so they moved the people who were left into a town outside of the gorge.
The third part of the city is the Monastery, hidden on the highest point of the mountains. We did not walk to it. We left the hotel at 8am ...
... ok?" These guys were so lovely! We drove to meet his friend and they made a few calls trying to get onto our guide, Nile, the guy at the camp that we had made the reservation with. They spoke to him in Arabic and arranged for him to come and pick us up from the police checkpoint. Before being able to speak with him, the English speaking Jordanian guy said, "If we can't get a hold of your guide you can come and stay with us for the night and we can make dinner for you!" For ...
... ship, and the countries of Israel and Egypt. Then it is time to get back on the bus and board the ship with only minutes to spare. What a day! But our last surprise was to come, as the sun went down and Aqaba started to light up, we saw pictures and writing in lights on the hills. Too far away to photograph we wondered at the significance of the pictures and the meaning of the text as we made our way back down the gulf of Aqaba, past Saudi Arabia and toward our next big destination, the Suez ...
... enough to offer to host us in Amman, which we would have done except we had nonrefundable hotel arrangements already. Nonetheless we exchanged contact information and agreed to try and have dinner again when we got to Amman.
After dinner we returned to the hotel and went to bed; the next day we again spent the morning on schoolwork and in the early afternoon met our ride to our next destination: Feynan Eco-Lodge in the Dana Biosphere National ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCrowne Plaza Resort Petra Wadi Musa
what a place. genuinely five stars, but be prepared to be overwhelmed by the crowds. the buffet breakfast goes on for miles and they have a pretty sweet set up for swimming in the Dead Sea.
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