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Travel Blogs from Aqaba
It's Friday the 13th and I am currently in Wadi Musa, the town closest to Petra. What a drawn out process getting to Jordan by ferry was! Yesterday was one of the most frustrating days of my trip so far. It took us 12 hours to make a possible one hour ferry ride from Egypt to Jordan. There was no possible entertainment like when you're waiting in …
Wake 6:30 in wadi rum. Not too bad a nights sleep but wind was cold on face. Basic breakfast of bread tea and coffee 0830 walk half hour to road to get bus. Bus to Aqaba. Walk along beach and brought town but not much there Cheese pastry 50p and cheap tea. Bar next two hotel for two drinks and Skype mum Steve and Linda arrive Dinner is fish and chips. Few beers afterwards. Expensive night.
We left our hotel in Wadi Mousa at 8 am and stopped at a few overlooks as we eased our way from Petra. From one, we could see the town, the valley, the rocks on both sides of the sacred way leading to the treasury. Erwin also pointed out the Monastery but I couldn't really see it. I hope it will be obvious when I zoom in on my photo.. …
Wow we can't believe it’s only 1 month till Christmas. Having been in the UK for 10 years we’d expect it to be cold and grey now not sunny and 28 degrees. This is the life!
So this morning we headed off to Jordan. There are 16 people from our group going on this leg of the trip but we’re not sure if more will be joining …
It's amazing that we are able to get any sleep at all before someone knocks at our door at 1 AM. A quick change into our clothes, which we laid out the night before, grab the water bottle, and headlamps and we get on the bus by 1:30. It is a short 10-minute ride to the entrance of the protected area that includes St. Catherine’s Monastery and …
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