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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... felt like. Peaceful. He would've enjoyed it for longer, but was bursting and sleepy. So he peed and went back to bed.
We had been offered a sunrise camel ride, but after a prior unenjoyable experience of camels in India I decided against it. Furthermore it cost £20. That's pricey for something which features towards the bottom of my to do list. In fact I wouldn't have done it if they'd paid me £20.
Breakfast was served once the camels ...
... are spectacular, and only about one-quarter of the entire area has been excavated.
The exact purpose of the Treasury is still unknown, although researchers believe it was the burial site of a Nabataean king.
The name derives from a Bedouin legend that the king had hidden a treasure in the urn at the top.
More tombs, carved into the cliff face, comprise the nearby Street of Facades.
... so had a few salads, you know, to fend off the scurvy.... walked for a couple of hours and will be crashing early. But sitting here by the beach is the nicest place I've had to write since Lombok.
Tomorrow, very exciting - flying into Israel, and the original trip landed in Israel - but that's tomorrow's tale.
... br> The country we traveled through on the way to Petra was beautiful. It was mostly desert and mountains. We passed Wadi Rum (“wadi” means “valley”), the setting for the movie “Laurence of Arabia” and a beautiful area of red sand, sandstones and rocks. We also saw a few camels and many flocks of goats and sheep, some right on the road eating feed dropped by trucks. We climbed over the mountains, where we were told just a month earlier there had ...
... shore of the Sea. It actually had a sandy beach. Special shoes were still required for the rocky bottom off the sand. Lavier was the 1st to trial the famous buoyancy. He also went for the mud rub. It looked pretty spectacular, but I have been forbidden to publish THOSE photos...I waited until a little later as I do not do so well in the hot temperatures of daylight. The sunset dip was just spectacular. I will say ...