Sharah Mountains Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Adjoining Rooms
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... in a Galaxy far, far away!! Despite the peace and tranquillity, Roisin and I both hoped that others would come join us. Every time we heard a vehicle we expected other likeminded travellers to come walking through the entrance. Several vehicles approached during the late afternoon. Cars tyres crunched slowly over the gravel and gypsum but none stopped. Must be the Bedouin shepherds knocking off for the night!! At one point we heard what sounded like someone wheeling a bin ...
... visitors, the ½ hour or so it took us to walk the length was conducted in an eerie silence as if we were walking though some vast ecclesiastical cavern. If it wasn’t for the fact that someone told a few of the more boisterous visitors to ‘Be quiet’, I would have said the silence was due to the respect of this wonder of the modern world rather than the fear of being shouted at again!!!
And then, as we rounded a final bend, through a narrow split, we ...
... been robbed and sexually abused by some of them. It was good however to see a strong presence of tourist police going up and down, some on horses, some on foot, some in small 4wds. One silly tourist was strutting along with his shirt off and the Jordanian Poiice quickly, and rightly reminded him he was in a special place and should put his shirt back on! We continued on past the treasury, to a larger more open area to see other amazing sites. In ...
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 ...
... due to this. We were virtually the only tourists in the site this morning. It's quite sad to see, as tourism is very crucial to the economy of this region. I will admit I'm a bit jumpy by popping noises outside and I keep having visions of seeing missiles being fired on the horizon during the night with all the recent turmoil with ISIS. They did warn us this evening that we'd be hearing gunshots and not to be alarmed. Apparently it's high school graduation night. We got a ...