Petra Sella Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... before, so we saw almost all of petra during our first exhausting day. One odd thing about my new friends was their complete disregard for shade. They'd stop to rest in the middle of the trail, while I basked under the tree away from the mid day jordanian summer sun. Later I asked what's wrong with them and they responded they're trying to soak up as much sun as possible before returning to England! I mentioned the old saying "only mad dogs and Englishman would ...
... English and tells us that he is a soldier because "I want to liberate my people." As I am turning this over in my head, somehow Michael gets caught up in a conversation about going to Palestine, and the 26 year old decides he wants more photos of me. Before I can react, he is almost sitting on me, his hand running up and down my neck and back and his face getting WAY too close to mine. His arm pulls me tightly towards him and he tries to bring my face up against his, ...
... red dirt on my white shirt and black pants. Luckily it was just a pride issue at that point, but Logan said that no one saw it or was even paying attention. So I attempted again and was much more successful. And I finally got my camel picture! I forgot to get his name, so between Logan, Celeste (via WhatsAp), and I, we decided it was either Mohammed, Charlie, or Caleb (after the gieco camel). So we hiked out and finally made it back to the hotel at about 2. ...
... Arabic and offered to let us hitch a ride with him to Petra the next morning. Perfect! He had his cute little 3 year old boy with him, named Abraham, who was the next person to be koala worthy! Lucky for Joe and his Arabic speaking skills. He asked a local for directions dropped us to our hostel in Wadi Musa and gave us his Jordan phone number for if we needed anything for the rest of our stay. Some people are so lovely! We checked into the 1 star rated Valentine Inn ...
... carved tombs, time-worn relief sculptures and niches that would have once held statues. To the Nabatean people who built the place in the 6th and 5th centuries BC, this was the "Sacred Way"; the final leg for pilgrims and priests headed for the temples, tombs and sanctuaries within the city.
The big reveal of the Treasury was even more breathtaking than the previous night, with the early morning ...