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Travel Blogs from Wadi Musa
... walk is through a small stretch of desert which had it's fair share of fences protecting each side, but nothing like what I had read. I read on article where the person writing described the area as a place that James Bond would go through with watch towers and land mines. After reading that I was a little nervous, but seeing the real thing put my mind at ease.
Once across, we went through security, which was WAY easier than Israel. Then the next ...
... and there are many channels and some terracotta pipes to control the regular deluge and protect the city.
The highlight is early in the day as you come out of the Siq to be greeted with the frontage of the Treasury with it's fine roman carving. Early in the morning the sunlight clears the cliff edge and hits the Treasury shining brightly and allowing for lovely photos.
We walked around the easily accessible parts of Petra since none of us ...
... that had us holding our breath in the beginning, these kind Arabic men from Jordan had gone out of their way to help us out. We had brought with us a packet of little fury koala toy key rings to give out as presents to people along our journey and these guys were the first recipients of our corny, Aussie souvenirs. We got dropped at the police check point and chilled out with a bunch of armed guards for a bit until our host for the night arrived to pick us up. Soon ...
... my two fellow tourist who have indulged in their mindfulness of not allowing time to effect them.... Lucky I too am practicing the power of 'mindfulness' Sat Nam So, here they are, a French family of three. Stressed, apologetic and rather flustered. How wrong I was to assume they were enjoying a relaxed trek to the desert. Catherine, JP and Sebastian, we climbed into our 4x4 ute and off we bounce. Through the sand to the spring that fed Lawrence of Arabia & caravans ...
... After buying our ticket, we paid an additional fee to secure a guide for our visit. The guides (of which there are more than 200) are all strictly managed by the government, and by pure luck we were assigned the "head guide," as elected by their union, for lack of a better term. We learned that he is allowed to work three days a week, which he said is infinitely better than the one-day previously allowed. He said tourism levels were ...
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