Sharah Mountains Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Adjoining Rooms
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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"it's not slow season, it's dead season!" says Wesam, the driver we have hired for our time in Jordan. He's in the middle of explaining to us that he's in trouble with his wife because he forgot to arrange for a bus to pick up his kids and take them to their tae kwon do day camp. He tells us that he's not used to working at this time because it's dead season for tourism - hence he is out of his routine and he forgot to take the kids to camp. He tells us they spend a ...
... before for breakfast which was bread, cheese and yogurt. Little did we know, the yogurt was actually raspberry pudding, and the worst thing we had tasted, so that went in the trash. Since we wanted to save the bread for lunch, we ended up eating left overs from the previous nights dinner, potato chips, tomato and a cuccumber. Since our breakfast was small and short we headed out. We got to the ticket office which was a couple of blocks from the hotel and made ...
... is enormous and difficult to explore in a single day. Feet aching from a full day's hiking, I start the three kilometre trek back to the entrance. Passing once again past the Treasury building, as the last rays of a dying sun bask the rose-red rock in a crimson hue the likes of which I shall never see again should I live a thousand years, I know - come what may - that this is and will forever remain one of the greatest moments of ...
... 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 ...
... fresh water was brought into the city. We enter the cool shade of the gorge and enjoy the breeze blowing gently and keeping us cool. We wander down often stopping to gaze up at the wonder of this gorge, followed sharply by moving out of the way of the mad horse and cart drivers who thunder up and down and woe betide anyone who gets in their way. The passengers all have one thing in common, none of them appear to be enjoying their bone rattling ride. But you know what they ...