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... of Wadi
Rum with there large goat hair tents.
Wadi Rum may be best known for its connection with British officer T.E. Lawarence, who based
his operations here during the Arab Revolt of 1917–18. In the 1980s one
of the rock formations in Wadi Rum was named "The Seven Pillars of
Wisdom" after Lawrence book. ...
... we had missed the actual live presentation. We are pleased that we have made the decision to go, but does still leave some concerns about the amount of walking in the heat of the desert. Debbie, our port lecturer, did provide quite useful information and how best to prepare for the day’s adventure.
While Rick was at choir, Chris finalized some blog information and pictures that Rick had uploaded.
... the pleasant weather was unusual for this time of the year, it usually snows! We felt lucky.
Our driver offered to drive us from a alternate back route that was prettier and we would get a much better view of the Wadi Araba. The single lane road though the dessert kept curving through barren rocky mountains. It was fun for a long time, till Ekta started feeling the effect of too much dust and smoke. The trip took 4 hours and we ended up from Wadi ...
... some back into the wild, and apparently if you are lucky you can catch sight of their horns. Sadly we did not see any! Another local animal (which we saw evince of) is the hyrax which is a small animal related to the elephant. Long ago there were many varieties of hyrax including some as large as lions, but now only one is left, the size of a cat. They have a long gestation of up to 8 months!
We drove on and saw a small group of Bedouin leading their ...
... side while we administer the care-taking of the camp. Today, she has gone on the tour and we are here – it’s nice to be away from the flies, although certainly not as beautiful! This evening we’re staying in Zedane’s other house (!), which is on the road to the Rum intersection. He took us and Heather there the other day to show us which plants in the garden need watering, and a couple of times a week ...