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... They cooked our dinner in the ground! Chicken, lamb, onions, potatoes….YUM! The two guides pulled out two racks loaded with food. No complaints, dinner was definitely worth the wait.
Just before we all headed to bed, we gazed up at the stars. I don’t we had ever seen so many stars – the milky way was so clear to see as well. This was a great way to end a great day in the desert.
The next morning we had a quick breakfast before heading back ...
... massive pillars. Lucky was convinced that this guy could move the pillar, while Nolan and I were trying to figure out his trick. Jerash has so many pillars and most of them are in a nice condition. With the heat getting stronger it was time for us to head back home. Zuhair lived in Jerash so he decided to go home to get his car while we went on our own back to Amman. We reached Amman and Anthony gave a small speech to the driver and tipped him for his services.
... shrugged my shoulders. He then switched to English. "I know you. You were in Ramallah."
Let the record show - I'd never seen this man in my life. "No, I don't think you do."
"Yes, your face. It's very familiar to me." Now, I've heard this a lot. And I was beginning to think this guy was throwing me a cheap pick up line. I also don't like cheap pick up lines. I started playing with the apps on ...
... driver, and watched the sun go down from a sand dune. We arrived back at the camp for a great meal of Jordanian food and music and dancing. The stars in the desert were amazing and it cooled off quite significantly which was a refreshing break from the heat the past few months.
On the way back from the Wadi Rum desert, we stopped for a swim in the Dead Sea which has the West Bank on the other side. The Dead Sea is 400 meters below sea level, and ...
... couple of days.
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