Travel Blogs from Dead Sea Region
We made our way from Amman to the Dead Sea to experience what the super salty Sea and mud was all about. We went to one of the public beaches which were unfortunately quite dirty, but the sea was great nonetheless. You can afford to get a single drop of the super salty water in your eyes because it feels like acid eating away at your retinas :-) Maybe not that severe, but definitely enough to make a tri to the nearest fresh ...
Welcome to the USA.
Yes, I am aware I arrived on the same day as I left.. Is it a typo? No.. Due to the 17.5 hour time difference backwards, I arrived at 6:30am. When I stepped out of the airport, after passing through immigration and customs and baggage reclamation, I got into my 'Super Shuttle' - only $10 for door to door transport, and arrived at my hostel - USA Hostels Hollywood about 30mins later.
I then checked in, made my ...
i know you dreams
know you cries
each breath i memorised
and i would do anything to help you win your fight
but it s not enough to make you smile
it s never enough
woo more can i give
more than love
more than this
than what s in these two hands
more than love
more than mew
but i can t give more than i am
more than i am
i ve seen the searching in your eyes5b
... get from travelling solo!
So for the 20th of March, I booked myself yet another day tour, where I got to visit Madaba, Mt Nebo and Bethany-Beyond-The-Jordan en route to the Dead Sea. It cost about GBP20, the same price as a taxi to the Dead Sea would have cost, so it was quite affordable. The Dead Sea is just over an hour from Amman, but it has virtually no public transport, as this is only available to nearby towns, rather than to the beach. Bear in ...
... to get the best view), but as we drove south, the only real thing of note that first day was the iconic 'Hollywood’ sign in the distance.
First stop was Venice Beach. As I never actually went into LA it was good to see at least part of it: the problem with the city is that it’s so sprawling that it’s nigh on impossible to explore without a car, but the traffic makes it very ...