Kings' Way Hotel
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... return to the UK and with the gifts I had got in Thailand being half inched by someone in Sri Lnaka I had to start again. There were lots of stalls selling all sorts of clothing and jewellery items. The sellers had a technique of saying 'Jewellery 1JD (about a quid)'. Then when you approached the stall suddenly things became 10JD to 20 JD. It was time to put the Thorne bartering skills I had used so effectively in Asia (or so I thought) to the test.
... text me when you’re coming back down"
She obviously hadn’t received my original text yet. I checked my sent text and in red letters it said: ‘Not delivered’. I sent it again. The same message appeared: ‘Not delivered’. Then I did a stupid thing and sent the most ridiculous text…ever!!!
‘Yes, I got your message but I can‘t seem to send…!!’ Why would I send that? I must be ...
... by the King. Jordanians have a deep respect for the Bedouins and the lives they lead. They have supported the king providing housing, schools and medical clinics for them. Bedouins also receive other benefits such as paying less taxes and other subsidies. There is no resentment from the rest of the community. It is compulsory for all children to attend school. Jordan is one of the most literate countries in the world. Unfortunately Petra is the ...
Of all the countries we've been to, Jordan is probably the one I know least about. There are two things I know about Jordan, firstly, that it is home to the ancient city of Petra. I know this from the Indiana Jones movies! Secondly, it is home to the Dead Sea, this I know from watching the likes of Michael Palin on TV (and from looking at an atlas!). Otherwise my knowledge of Jordan is pretty limited.
This probably reflects badly on ...
... the Monastery. In my opinion, the Monastery, standing 50 meters tall by 42 meters wide with views of the entire canyon system and the surrounding Jordanian desert, is the true crown jewel of Petra. We left Petra the same way we came, through 6 miles of canyon hiking, albeit downhill. After a quick lunch, we hopped in our Nissan hatchback and set off for the Dead Sea on an easy, 3.5 hour coastal highway. Or so ...