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... three km or so then found a bedouin tent selling cold coca cola so settled down there for a while and watched the passing parade. The walk back was challenging but we resisted the temptation to hire a camel, at US$45 each. Just as well...apparently the camel runs out of steam half way up and needs another $35 to keep going. Got back to the ship and collapsed. Four days at sea to recover before we arrive at Salalah in ...
... First our guide twisted his ankle when he slipped off of a stone in the morning. It was a day of steep hills - both up and down, and one of our group caught a stone wrong on the bottom of a long, steep downhill and was taken off to hospital for stitches on a big gouge in his side and on his arm. He is fine, but a bit sore! To top it all off, our visit to the archelogical sites in the area in the afternoon ran into a slight problem because our guide couldn't get ...
... had the Pub Lunch today with fish and chips for Rick and shrimp for Chris. It was a nice change.
Rick went to the celebrity guest speaker talk, “A Conversation with Tab Hunter”. This was an interesting look into his life and movie roles.
Chris had an appointment in the spa for a much needed haircut, while Rick worked on getting the blog updated. We both finished it up and did some ...
... our word that it was pretty!
The next day we went out to the reef again and this time, in addition to lots more fish and coral, there was an old Soviet era tank sunk in the water. That was crazy to see, too. Now this day we stayed out too long and paid for it with a few spots that got burnt and some minor sunstroke. Nothing that time and rest won’t cure.
Some interesting observations on being back in Jordan: people ...
... would have liked to be surprised, but that isn’t going to happen anymore.
Once you are inside the site, there are about fifty or sixty places to see and explore, but in a one-day trip you have to prioritize because there is no way you have time to see it all. My favorite place in Petra is the Monastery; second is the Treasury; third is the amphitheatre. The atmosphere is like a circus: men are selling ...