Kings' Way Hotel
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... These are the Royal Tombs and although one can climb the 30 or so metres for a closer look, we were saving our legs for this ‘Big One’!!
We cut through a large seating area following the arrow directing us to the Monastery. It was now only 10am. We decided to tuck in to some of the packaged lunch that had been provided for us by the Hotel. Break finished, we rounded a bend and were confronted with the first 50 or so steps.
... the Treasury only built up our anticipation of the awe inspiring site of the Treasury in full sunlight. This monument just has to bee seen with your own eyes to appreciate its magnificence. We then continued through the site reaching the street of tombs, amphitheater, Royal Tombs, Temple complex and Roman Colonnaded street.This remarkable civilisation became extremely wealthy in a very short period of time through ...
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 ...
... on their donkeys, quite a sight in itself. Resisting their offers of a ride took some willpower. Talking of riding on donkeys we did notice that rather well endowed visitors to the site, young and old, had absolutely no qualms about taking long rides on these little donkeys. How can these people actually think it is right for a small donkey to carry them up steep extensive climbs in such heat? Very sadly cruelty to donkeys is well known in Petra ...
... we were awed to find it lit up in an enchanting orange glow from more of the lanterns and with all the tourists in place the show began first with sometraditional sitar playing then a flute followed finally by a storytelling. Once over and the mass on the move our little group followed last and enjoyed uninterrupted views of the Siq walls lit by moonlight and candle. Finally home after another exhausting day we fell into bed and a deep sleep.
Another early start ...