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... visitor, but among the Bedouin, no such mantra exists. Luckily our guide -- Mehedi -- had warned us, so we when approached the turnoff for the visitors' center parking lot and a group of men approached the car and told us to roll down our window, we were prepared. They asked who we were to meet. I told them Bedouin Directions, to which one of them said, "Oh, I work for Mehedi. Go get your ticket and this other man will take you to him." We'd been told to expect this. ...
Today is another long day. We head to Petra Jordan with an excursion planned by Virtuoso's Voyager Club. We get on the bus at around 8am and meet our guide and start with a drive through Aqaba into the desert of Jordan. The terrain was just magnifiencent. The drive takes us high into the mountains and the views are awesome. Our guide explains his Bedouin heritage and shows us how to wrap ...
... they are using auto welders, haven't seen any valves, hope their welding is spot on
We got to Wadi Rum; the whole place is a park, surrounded by mountain, very impressive
We took the 4x4 tour, rather than anything with 4 legs
It was easier climbing these, even though they are pretty craggy, a lot easier than the steps in Petra
The sand is a lot finer/softer here than Petra, it’s more like gravel there, nice ...
... making him drive us 40 minutes to meet the taxi. Relieved to be in the taxi, we were on our way to make it through the Jordan, Israel, and Egypt borders. Destination...Dahab, Egypt.
We walked through the two borders just fine and then had to wait 5 hours for the bus from Taba, Egypt to Dahab. We thought we only had to wait for 4 hours, but when we thought it was time for our bus (3pm) and the driver was sipping tea, I went to ...
I'd been a little nervous about the night on the tour we were due to spend in a tent in a Bedouin Desert Camp. Its a long time since I've slept in a sleeping bag. I'm old enough to often need to visit the toilet during the night. I'm phobic about snakes. As it turned out this was to be probably the worst night of the tour, but not for any of these reasons.
After the relatively short drive from Petra we arrived at the "Rum Safari" camp. This involved a transfer to ...