Petra Sella Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Room service
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... that dot the side of the hiking trails (selling old coins, small statues, tea, water, etc) are actually attended..
But on our hike to "The Monastry" we stopped atop a hill, under a tent that was attended - and overlooking an immense view, and the lady there was actually chatty (which is rather rare) and spoke english well.
We stayed a good hour so had time to share stories, and learned that she doesn't hold 'arabic' people in her heart. "Arabic people and English, ...
... memory we will cherish for a very long time. The camp now had a very atmospheric feel. They were certainly getting their money’s worth from the few hours they had with the electricity generator!!
Dinner was a feast. With a variety of traditional salads and vegetables, plenty of shrak bread, a type of chipati and a main dish of Maglouba, a meat or fish and vegetable stew served with rice (in our case chicken) mixed with yoghurt but to the relief of the ...
... ear, Frank Sinatra it wasn’t!! And then, as quickly as the music had started, it ended. Everyone gave a polite round of applause. This petered out as the sound of a herd of animal, possibly sheep or goats started to bleat from somewhere around about. This was shortly followed by horses’ hooves galloping in the distance becoming clearer and louder as they neared our location. As the horses faded out, the sounds of excited murmurings of a mass crowd faded in. ...
... was great to see the large amphitheatre - the only one in the world that is actually carved out of rock! They also mastered water collection - of course this was a majorly precious commodity! All along the length of the entrance gorge is a water channel carved into the rock which channeled the water down into the city. It was interesting to note that on the other side of the gorge a more sophisticated, covered in channel had been made. Around this channel ...
After drinking tea and eating breakfast at a campfire with our Bewoin Hosts we ventured into Petra and a day amongst the monuments in the Petra Archeological Site. It is a 20 km walk from the visitor centre to the Monastery at the back entrance to the site so we were exhausted by the time we exited the visitors centre at 6:30 pm. The walk included 800 steps up to the Monastery and the 800 steps down. The walk through the narrow ...