Moab Land Hotel
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Hot tub
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... a little after 5pm, checked into our hotel and found a place for dinner. Ben located the place online (Zax Woodfire Pizza).
Dinner was good and after everyone was full, we decided to head into Arches NP to have a look at a couple of the arches tonight. Ben actually stayed back at the hotel, as he had not slept well last night and had a bit of a headache. Sue, Beth, and I drove into the park and had a look at Balanced Rock and ...
... petrol costs 22JD. (about £20) That equates to 60p per litre. They’re practically giving the stuff away over here!!
Up until now we have driven on the highway (equivalent of a UK motorway), a main road and a minor road. We have noticed that every few kilometres regardless of the type of road, there are sleeping policemen. By this I don’t mean lazy highway patrols but speed bumps. Even on the highway that has a 110km speed limit you ...
... to the bus. In no more than 5 minutes all were safely back on board and the bus was gone as quickly as it arrived. On to the next view........
Eventually the sky did light up with pinks and blues and someone's girlfriend had positioned herself in the crook of the distant butte where she, at the moment of perfect light, leaped skyward arms thrust towards the heavens for a point of interest in all our photos! And then the sun set leaving a sliver of moon in the sky!
... below.Intrepid Potash Inc. collects the salt deposits from ancient seas now far below the surface by pumping water down to dissolve the salt, then drying the solution, accelerating the evaporation by use of blue dyes, and then harvesting the salt with scrapers controlled by laser! The salt ends up as plant fertiliser.You can even stay in a yurt up in the state park if that appeals to you. Mountain biking is very popular here and there are many hiking trails.We continued along ...
... and Jordan 'harvest' potash which reduces the water level. There are concerns by the Jordanians about the drop. The floating was the weirdest thing. It is impossible to sink, you just keep bobbing up like a cork. When you try and swim, you actually are on top of the water so it's hard to kick and propel your self. Then there is the mud! There is this massive red bucket of mud. You pay 3 dinar (about $6AUD) to get coated in the stuff. It must be the most coveted ...
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