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Today was our busiest day. We booked a 13 ½ hour excursion to see The Treasury in Petra then Wadi Rum.
We had to be on our coaches by 6:30a so that meant breakfast would be a little bit sparse. We had our yogurt, etc.
First impression of Jordan, Oh, Wow factor. There were very dry looking mountains in the background and they were huge. Aqaba is a small city with plenty of shopping and some malls. We will take our own tour ...
... ushered to the front of passport control or customs, which was a little embarrassing, but considering there was very little courtesy from the other passengers we took our luxury and enjoyed it! When sailing down the Gulf of Aqaba we were treated to the coastlines of Saudi Arabia to our east and Egypt to our west. Quite spectacular!! Looking forward to all you can eat and drink in Sharm el Sheikh with Jethro and ...
... is located. The Wadi is known to boast some of the most striking desert scenery in the world. Wadi Rum is where scenes from the movie Lawrence of Arabia were filmed. Along the way, we passed many different mountain formations. Most of the mountains were granite, with many having lots of dolomite veins. We also saw many of Jordan’s 17 million olive trees. Twenty-two tons of olives are harvested annually with about ...
... to see properly. We go shallower towards the end of the dive, and that’s when the fun starts. Pipe fish, Moses sole, stonefish, big octopi, banner fish, soft corals and hundreds upon hundreds of bright orange scale-fin anthea, all swimming in swarms. At the end of the dive, something very peculiar indeed catches my eye: two little fish walking along the bottom, perfectly camouflaged with the sand, looking like a cross between a frog and a leafy sea-dragon. ...
... experience. I’m never sure how to answer this – whilst I admit that what I have found is not what I was expecting, this is more to do with my lack of well-formed expectation before coming than a failing on the camp’s part. Others seem to have been under the impression that it will just be them and a ‘Bedouin family’. I was obliged last night to explain to one couple that, the Bedouin being a ...