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... large amount of erosion wear and tear on it because it was exposed. We had fun jumping around on the area behind the stage before continuing on.
We had taken our time wandering through the first parts of Petra, and after the super early breakfast, it was time for lunch. We found a path that led up into the mountains on the south, and so we climbed up high enough to get a good view of the valley and then ate our lunch on a conveniently large ...
... from afar. Seeing all this done during biblical times (New Testament) is impressive to say the least. Made me what it must have felt like to be a roman goat herder after the fall of the Roman Empire, grazing your sheep in the overgrown ruins of huge marble buildings, and hearing about how once upon a time water flowed from aqueducts. Day 1 of Petra involved 8hrs of hiking with scarce shade. The teachers from England were great, they've done several ...
... 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 ...
... she was nearly out of cash. Well when we were researching the trip we read over and over to take enough cash for everything since ATMs are scarce and credit cards are hardly taken. We had brought enough cash to pay our way but luckily the ticket counter could take a visa so we didn't have to use our cash up. Either way, this noisey lady was complaining and we finally escaped because we walked faster than she did initially. Since we took our detour and pictures ...
... for the ride was a lovely old Muslim man who spoke fluent English and served as a great translator between us and the driver. He helped to navigate bathroom stops and shared about his country and his culture. The main highway runs 350kms north to south, from the capital of Amman in the north to the southern most town called Aqaba, where the land meets the Red Sea. About 50kms north of Aqaba is a junction and a bout 30kms east of the junction is where we wanted to be. The 15 ...