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... and stunning. We continued along the path, totally awestruck by what we were seeing. We saw a few other major ruins along the way. All of us except Julia opted to do the monastery hike. It involves a lot of stairs - about 800 or so. It's fairly challenging but it sure as hell ain't Mt Sinai! Some people rented donkeys to go up. Felt sorry for the donkeys - I suppose that's what they are built for, but some are not treated very well. As we neared ...
Petra is big. Really, really big.
We had walked the best part of two kilometres from our hotel in Wadi Musa just to get to the gate into Petra. Then there's another kilometre or so through the desert, dodging the horse peddlers.
"You want a horse?"
"It's free of charge, just five dinar"
"You want Camel?"
"You want Donkey?"
"No thanks, it wouldn't fit in my suitcase"
... ourselves in - Hotel Saba - but definitely more hostel verging on flea pit - the more time we could spend out rather than in the better. This was possibly the worse place we have stayed in….so far…. There are times Trip Advisor just can’t be relied upon and the lesson learnt from this episode was that if a hotel offers both en suite and dormitory accommodation, however much the reviews rave about it, we will give it a miss as ...
... I was losing to the hot sun :-)
Have you ever had a visa save your life? Today was the day for us. A few months ago I got the Marriott visa and a benefit of it is to have a free night once a year. We managed to get this free night at the Marriott in Petra complete with pool, lounge chairs, Turkish baths and all around luxury!! Thank you Marriott! After the night at the Venus Hotel we couldn't imagine heading back there and walking through the ...
... carved entrance giving way to the large internal area. Unfortunately you are no longer able to go inside so this had to be appreciated from outside.
The only issue and if we were to be honest let down is the amount of industry going on in front of it with locals trying to sell you everything form silver bracelets to camel rides, the overwhelming smell of animal excrement takes you breath away in a different way also. Being a UNESCO sight you would think that ...