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... only to find that it was closed. Apparently, there was a flood here recently and the 24 hour border became a 0900-1800 crossing. Even if we had arrived before 1800 to get through, we would not have been allowed back in time for our 0700 pickup tomorrow morning! Things looked grim as we sat down on a bench at the border, tired and hungry. As Ronnen started looking for alternative accommodation for the night on his mobile, Chris fumbled to get the laptop on using a ...
... aka: Lawrence of Arabia), who used it as a base for his operations during the Arab Revolt. We booked ourselves onto a tour of sorts through Wadi Rum that found us riding camels, touring sand dunes by Jeep, sand sledding, and hiking through desert canyons, then capped it off with a night in a Bedouin camp.
Tuesday, April 9th and Wednesday, April 10th - Petra:
We left Wadi Rum on Tuesday morning and drove the King's Highway to Petra, the country's biggest ...
... 8217;t received it yet. Eventually both of us started losing our cool with the staff in the reception. Finally the owner of the place came in and he saw that we were a little stressed as our clothes hadn’t come back. We told him we didn’t care whether they were wet or not been washed yet, we just wanted them back. The owner said he’ll pick it up and be back in a couple of minutes. We thought he was joking but really he returned in a couple of minutes with ...
... hell was the cat? It was the parrot- some one had taught it to meow. I asked the guy working the reception desk did the parrot ever shut up and he said no. He looked like he wanted to kill the damn thing, or himself. All the time we were there that parrot never shut up.
The room cost 50 JD. We got a double room, AC, with a TV with an ensuite bathroom. It seemed like a really fancy hotel with a swimming pool as well! However, when you looked a closer at the room you could see that ...
... I met in Africa and it always seemed to be the precursor to a good night out.
It may sound terribly uncultured but I never got the hang of the Nshima in Zambia and Malawi. It may be very cheap and what every local eats but filling as it was I just didn't like it.
Hard to beat Track and Trail in Zambia for this one. Sipping a beer while watching hippos fight lions takes some beating and the music was space-age ...