Wadi Musa P.Ox 66, Wadi Musa, Jordan | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Wadi Musa

A night in the desert

A travel blog entry by anita.russ

... for the dinner. It was a Bedouin style meal with the food buried on top of embers in the ground and left to slow cook for 3-4 hours. The food was very tasty and we chatted to a Jordanian/Australian couple as we ate. After dinner we had another drink and watched the dancing joining in later. Back in the room an uncomfortable night awaited us as there are many mosquitoes but. It was worth a bit of discomfort. Tomorrow we go to ...

Deserves its own entry

A travel blog entry by poon

... Petra. So we did!

We hoofed it in beating sun and cooling shade, through the flats and up to the heights, over donkey poo and into countless caves/rooms, to the edge of cliffs and into 2000 year old monuments. A special and surreal moment was resting and having lunch by ourselves for over an hour inside the famous Monastery at the "top" ...

High Place of Sacrifice at Petra

A travel blog entry by ericjon97


... other little monuments or sculptures. It was a little difficult to figure out where I was since the map of Petra that you get when you buy a ticket is very vague, and there are no signs at all. It also didn’t help that there were NO other tourists up there so there was no one to follow. I just guessed as best I could until I had enough.

I walked back through the Siq and passed the Treasury again. It’s ...


A travel blog entry by kaybee


... discovering the site. I enjoyed the huge place in front of the treasury for a couple of minutes before heading on the the monastery (the second main „attraction“ of petra besides the Treasury. The hike up was quite tough, but helped to get finally completely awake :-). On the way were only a few beduins, who had not opened there small jewelry shops on the stairs. The monastery itself looked similar to the treasury, except it that it also functioned as some kind of chapel ...


A travel blog entry by 4tumbleweeds


... another imposing edifice carved from a cliff face, located up a climb of some eight hundred steps. By now it was getting pretty late in the day and most of the locals were heading home, there not being enough density of tourists to make it worthwhile to stick around. They just leave their goods and stalls where they are; the stuff sits there overnight, unmolested.

At the Monastery we had the place to ourselves, and enjoyed the ...


This hotel, located on Wadi Musa P.Ox 66, Wadi Musa, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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