Madaba Inn Hotel
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On our way down we ran into an incredibly large herd of Nubian Ibex. If you look real close you can see them but they sure do blend in . . .see if you can find them
... toilets (and showers...no one partook), there was no way to really get clean after the previous day's activities, but we resigned ourselves to this fate and simply got up and washed as best we could. Whatever electricity there had been the day before was exhausted from the solar generator, so we quietly congregated in the main tent for a subdued breakfast. Before 8:00am a LandCruiser (in equally as poor condition as our Jeep from the previous ...
... outside of Asia and the United States which uses CDMA technology, so we figured out that Anna was roaming on an Israeli network across the river. She proudly announced that she had four bars and reported back to her grandma that we were okay, but that she had just sold her mother for five camels. I don't think Jane was amused.
The greenhouses and farms ended quite abruptly, as we passed the only crossroads to the ...
... of many, but I will admit to having some initial trepidation.
We were staying the majority-Christian town of Madaba, which is actually closer to Queen Alia Airport than the city of Amman. The GPS routed us cross country, which I'm sure was a little disconcerting to Anna and K, as we were driving down pitch-black roads in the apparent middle of nowhere. Here, too, I quickly remembered how Jordan places very high ...
Many visitors to Israel come because of the history and religion. Others come to take advantage of the amazing variety of landscapes and the opportunities for bird watching on one of the most important migration paths between Europe and Africa. Both groups of people are well served by Israel's well-organised and maintained reserves and national parks from the northern slopes of the Golan Heights to the coral reefs of the Red Sea.
Entrance fees vary but ...