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Don't bother. Very run down only tea and water to drink they don't even have sodas for sale. Shower block is disgusting and hot water barely existent. We are used to bush camps in Africa where logistics are much more of a problem so I really don't see the excuse. Tents are far too close together and are basically iron structures with a bit of tenting over the top - not really what I would call a Bedouin experience! Ok they got us ...
... The church has been rebuilt a number of times over the years, and it's under reconstruction again. There were more impressive mosaic tile floors here. From the viewpoint on top of the mountain, you can see across the Jordan River valley to Jericho in Israel, and for miles of sandy hillsides in every direction. It was a gorgeous place to just stand and contemplate 3000 years of biblical history.
... is transported by truck along this road, to and from the port in Aqaba. There are no trains and there are no other ports. Plus, with the trade routes through Syria now closed, additional commerce has been directed through this route. There was a brand-new highway outside of Karak, which did not appear on the GPS, and this, coupled with the GPS's desire to always plot the fastest route, we found ourselves directed to drive far east, linking up to the Desert ...
... is to canal in sea water, make it potable, and then pump the remaining saline "backwater" into the Dead Sea, which could maintain it's level. The holdup to the plan now is cost and delicate negotiations between Israel, Jordan, and the Palestinian Authority, all of which would have land bordering the canal, and stand to benefit from the water.
All of us made the obligatory "swim" in the Dead Sea. Anna was a bit hesitant, as the water has a slightly ...
... of town, and so it was with a small smile on my face that we headed north towards Dana Biosphere Nature Reserve, where we would spend the next two nights.
The roads between Wadi Musa and Dana are clearly not major thoroughfares. Sometimes they are paved, but large stretches of them are dirt track, winding through a steep descent out of the mountains down towards the plain south of the Dead Sea. At the bottom, the road reappears, and here we quickly made ...