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... a camel at Petra
We had the kids ride a camel and then we continued walking through
the ancient city. We must have walked a good 5 plus miles for the day.
It was a shame that my parents didn’t come because my dad’s stomach
started to bother him. Since he stayed back my mom did as well. In the ...
... we disappointed him though when we bought a little box of 8 cakes, he kept trying to persuade us to buy a whole tray which is the local norm and whilst tempting, that would have been just plain greedy. As Canefucius regularly reminds me: A moment on the lips could be a lifetime on your hips, darling ….yes, maybe a yashmak for Queen Lisa could be a useful cover up as for sure, the hips dont lie but when you talk like that you drive a woman mad.
... 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 ...
... do this, 6 Jordanian tourist police, guides and park rangers rushed to stop us. I ignored them for a good hundred meters before my English friends stopped. They claimed we needed a guide to walk the trail because it's "dangerous", though they couldn't tell us why, and it's a commonly traveled trail marked on the map. They were also cross with us and confiscated our tickets before returning it to us after I told them we are backpacking dirtbags with no money ...
... unheard of. We have decided to add two days onto our Jordan trip, to give ourselves a bit more time to think about Israel. If we do go to Israel, we will no longer cross the border at Eilat and catch the bus through the Negev as planned; it passes too closely to Gaza. We will cross at the busy Allenby bridge and travel to Jerusalem by sherut. If we go. But for now we want to enjoy our time in Jordan without being consumed with cancelling and rebooking arrangements for another ...