Sharah Mountains Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
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... que no me gustó de Petra es que está plagada de niños que te acosan para venderte artesanías o postales. También hay muchas tiendas feas que arruinan todo el paisaje :( Aquí en el pueblo comimos en un restaurante. La curiosidad del día: había ensalada rallada de repollo y zanahoria, tal cual como la hacemos en Venezuela. De aquí emprendimos el camino de regreso a Israel. No tenía nada de hambre a la hora de ...
... with occasional sprinkling of rain - quite a contrast to the day before but ideal for extensive climbing up, down and over the rocky mountains. En route we bumped into a UK Rambling Association group and whose guide usefully helped us get back on track as we’d gone a little off piste - and that’s without any alcohol. As we carefully made our way over a rather precarious and high pathway, a friendly Bedouin lady tried to assist us by ...
Our great hosts at the Bedouin Village arranged for our 2 hour taxi ride to Wadi Musa and one of the new 7 wonders of the world, Petra. No matter how many pictures you have seen of Petra, including scenes from Indiana Jones that was filmed here, it is breathtaking to see in person. You ascend a 2 km path through a canyon which, in and of itself is incredible at every turn, to reach the Treasury ( a mausoleum used to bury kings) which dates back to the 1st century BC. ...
... families enjoying the Iftar meal. I wait outside and a car full of men pulls up beside me. "Oh wow!" One of them calls out. Then three guys walk by and turn around to stare at me with silly grins on their faces. When Michael comes out of the restaurant with take away, I have had it. I pull my scarf from around my neck, and use a hair clip to pin up a hijab as my friend Hinna taught me. The walk home is then more peaceful, and I can fully enjoy the sounds of laughter ...
... airport and waited...for a very long time to go home.While at the airport, a couple of interesting notes. Aparently anything flies when it comes to packing. We saw people with cardboard boxes, buckets and styrofoam coolers covered in packing tape. At one point there was a little kids riding motorcycle and there were at least 3 people who worked for the airport trying to figure out how to pack it and get it on the airplane. But never did we see someone ...