Moab Land Hotel
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Hot tub
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... shore for lunch. The guides whipped up a bunch of sandwich fixins, along with chips, fruit, and cookies. The food was good, and having lunch on the banks of the Colorado, in a canyon, was very cool.
Just after lunch we loaded back into the rafts and prepared for the bigger rapids of the day. They started out almost immediately and we were running down river pretty quickly. Our river guide, Aaron, did a great job maneuvering the raft through the ...
... 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 ...
... 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 ...
... Madaba from his baptism of Jesus on the Jordan River North west of Madaba to the location of his beheading just south west of Madaba. A visit to the Madaba Archeological Museum was next on the agenda followed by a visit to the Church of the Apostles which contained three huge in situ floor mosaics from the 6th century but not discovered until 1902. We then returned to the hotel to prepare for our morning drive to King Hussein ...
... BLM and dispersed campsites around the area so we don't necessarily need to rely on the state or national park campsites and we don't want to stay in RV parks again. We much prefer the quietude of the Needles area than Moab. However, being able to restock a few food items and get fresh water is handy. I also got a kick out of parking in a "senior citizen's" parking spot at the local city market. see photo. Hard to believe it but ...
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