Petra Inn Hotel
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They disappeared in to their tent only to reappear several minutes later.
‘I would like to change tent as it smells like a family of cats have been inside.’ Look around pal, a family of cats probably have been inside!!!
When they finally made an appearance for a second time, they preferred to keep to themselves and sat on the other side of the communal ‘ring’.
Roisin and I were happy to sit and watch all ...
... Good night!’ it is time to head back up the Siq. We were ahead of the game on that one and
started back before the signal was given. The trek back was hard going as the Siq is on a slight incline. ‘We’re definitely getting a horse and cart back up the Siq tomorrow!’ wheezed Roisin as we neared the exit gate. The whole experience lasted just over 2 hours and is highly recommended to anyone who is lucky enough to find themselves in this part ...
... too much of that. We stopped for the obligatory loo break...of course at a tourist rip off shop. As usual the stuff is pretty gimmicky and way too expensive. Shardi of course also needs to have a smoko break. I guess if I think about it I would expect Arab guys to smoke but perhaps not so many!? It seems that they ALL do...no doubt its a 'cultural manly' thing to do?? Even in the tourist shops the men are sitting in a corner drinking the strong Arabian ...
... of two epic canyons. It just suddenly appears, a canyon as wide as the grand canyon, and equally as impressive. I'd never even heard about this place, and relatively speaking it's on our doorstep. Perhaps it because we hadn't expected it, but the view was breathtaking.
Next we stopped at Kerak, and a fortress built by the Crusaders. The thick stout walls of the fortress still remain, but most of the other buildings within them ...
... they, they share borders with some rather testy countries. Movenpick Hotel is kind of a dump. Apparently the reason it is chosen is because it is across the street from Petra. It's impossible to tell though as we arrived long after dark. Ordered room service for dinner as we're too pooped to dress and go forage for food. Our word for the day: Shoukaran means Thank you in Arabic Hotel: Movenpick Resort Gift: Dead Sea Bath Set $ 1 US Dollar = .70 Jordanian Dinar ...