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Andy went to the toilet in the night and said the sky was clear of clouds. Without the moonlight there were more stars to see. He opened the window which was above my head so I could see the stars too.
The alarm went off at 6.30, breakfast was 7. I was surprised how after eating off crockery yesterday it was all plastic plates and paper …
... et Swann, in the hotel travelling Jordan as well and decided together to go on a big hike the next days to explore the reserve. Our guide Kammel was joyful and knowledgeable and we had a really great time as you can see in the pictures.
I won the award for best spotter that morning, spotting both the cameleon and the praying manta! Swann spotted the Eagle flying through the canyon! Whoooosh
Our hotel was nice and overlooking the ...
... village of Dana. Dana (not to be confused with Iain's fiancÚ) was situated in the west of Jordan, south of the Dead Sea and was a little off the beaten track, I was looking forward to getting a little lost again and to head into the wilderness of Jordan.
I had booked a hotel in Dana called the Dana Tower Hotel and spoke to the owner the night before who said he would pick me up from the town of Qadssiya and take me the further 4km in ...
... visiting the castle we drive to Dana wildlife reserve. It is about a two-hour-drive through sandy mountains and typical Jordan villages. When we arrive at the wildlife reserve we hike for about an hour and see beautiful animals like the hoopoo and salamander ...
We packed up after a 4 day stay to move onto the Dead Sea region. First stop Gideon Springs where Gideon fought the enermy with 300 men against 200,000. We then moved onto Bet She'ann National Park were I was dobbed in to sing for the group in the 1st century C.E. 7,000 seat theatre. I think they must have heard my heart over my voice. My heart was beating at a hundred miles an hour as they all sat at the top of the theatre waiting for me to start. The tour guide just wanted to show ...