Kings' Way Hotel
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... times. We found a power socket in the tent and an energy saving light bulb but now it made sense as to what the candles and matches on the bed side cabinet were for!!
‘Listen!’ I said to Roisin.
‘What?’ she said. ‘I can’t hear anything.’
‘Exactly!’ I replied. ‘What a peaceful existence. Nothing to do and so much time to do it!’
‘Like being at work ...
... to the poor sod who has to go around afterwards and blow them all out!!’
We were all directed to sit down in front of the candles but some of us chose to sit on a nearby bench whilst the guide set about explaining a spiritual connection with Petra before a couple of musicians treated us to a recital of traditional Jordanian folk tunes (there is a hint of sarcasm there if you look hard enough!!) The instruments of choice consisted of a flute (although I ...
... between the east and west. The Nabatean people were known for their ability to manage water in an extremely dry environment and they sustained a population of 20,000 people for around 300 years by an intricate water supply system sourced be Moses Spring. All of the buildings apart from the temples are carved into sandstone and the magnitude of some of the tombs is amazing. While the tomb facades are impressive it must ...
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 ...
... young Bedouin guys leaping and somersaluting from turret to turret on the opposite rock face of the Monastery - I especially was very happy to pay attention to their lithe but quite mad daring entertaining feats. Once we’d caught our breath we climbed even further to the viewing point and enjoyed yet more views opening out to the far stretching miles and miles of mountainous landscape - peaceful, just the two of us, feeling like the whole ...