Kings' Way Hotel
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... city. He managed to bluff his way through successfully, and the secret of Petra was revealed to the modern Western world. Until 1984, many of these caves were home to the local Bedouins but out of concern for the protection of the monuments, the Jordanian government outlawed this and relocated the Bedouins to housing near the adjacent town of Wadi Mousa. That said we found the site to be full of Bedouins selling their wares, offering horse and ...
... nearby,related in part to the minerals harvested for beauty products. •we drove through the wilderness of Zin,in this desolate place they ( the children of Israel )wandered for 40 years. I also would have grumbled,this place had only a few acacia trees. God provided for them in this barren place for 40 years ( roughly 2 million persons ) food & water. • came to the Negev. The Negev makes up 70% of Israel,some of ...
... zone may exist but I suppose when the local Bedouin's got removed in 1985 to their new community this was the compromise. After some time and a stupid amount of photographs later we continued our walk down towards the street of fašades, on the way it was interesting to note the amount of buildings that were only in the process or had not yet even been excavated out of the sediment. Apparently only an estimated 30% of Petra has so far been seen. At our next stop ...
... found on the ground. The woman bedouins mainly sell souvenirs. They lie down beneath shelter behind their stores, so you tend to walk right by them before a voice out of nowhere yells out, "happy hour! Duty free shopping! Cheap price!". It can be startling to hear this out of the blue. Camel, donkey and horse poop dot the trails in petra. It's a big mountainous site, probably 4-6km wide. It's the Jordanian government's most lucrative tourist destination and ...
... hair; it was neither hot nor cold - just a perfect breeze to keep us from feeling the heat too strongly. It seems kind of wrong to say that I found it kind of romantic - being a Crusader castle and all - but I did. yesterday in Amman, we were almost alone at the Roman citadel and amphitheatre, too. An Italian couple scrambled up the steep steps of the amphitheatre with us, and then I found a rather hot seat near the top and sat down, out of energy. Two young ...