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... who have climbed up here, venture back down to ground using the stairs we climbed up. This includes a group of British guys that seem somewhat out of place. Anywhere else and you might think it was a stag group, but given that the vast majority of Jordan is a dry country that's unlikely. One of the group mentions to the others that he "wouldn't come here on holiday" as it hasn't got a White Lion pub, so I guess they are here on some kind of work, but he continues "I've heard ...
... it's not finished in time for our visit. We flew out over the Persian Gulf with it's azure waters, and over the deserts of the Arabian Peninsula. As we started our descent into Amman however the scenery wasn't quite what I expected. I hadn't really given much thought to what Jordan would be like, but I hadn't expecting rolling green hills. We handed over another shed load of cash for another visa (our passports are starting to get ...
... never stop. The sky had turned black instantly and lightning bolts illuminated the sky. As we drove back towards the campsite, we got to experience this barren land in a way that most travellers never get to see. The rocks turned from red to almost black as the rain bounced off them and soaked into the stone. Waterfalls carved their own rivulets into the rocks, cascading down from the tops of the rocks into the desert. Ranging from a gentle spray washing over ...
... The vista are fabulous, or they would be but for the power lines, light poles, billboards, road signs, and overpasses. I know that a lot of this is necessary, but billboards? (Maine outlawed billboards back in the 1960's and has thus provided a much nicer travel experience for millions of people.) I struggled to take photos of the early morning mountains, shrouded in a haze and backlit by the early morning ...
... like 245. An hour is really 3! I have a problem. I think I think that people will be mad if they know the truth about the distance. I had worked out the miles to get to Bryce and Zion National Parks and what we wanted to do still: Tetons, Yellowstone, Glacier and Banff, we would most likely have to cut something down the line. I was willing to propose skipping more desert places. Rob thought it was a good idea! Now to get kids on board.
At lunch ...
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