Sharah Mountains Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Adjoining Rooms
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... destroyed by earthquakes, armies or just time. An intriguing place that conjures up thoughts of the crusaders as you walk the ancient halls, I half expect a knights templar to walk around the corner, but any such thoughts are cut short by people trying to impose themselves on us as guides, so we move on.
We follow the highlands, some patches of snow still clinging on to the ridges or areas of shade. Ten days ago we wouldn't have ...
... the Beydlers, Karen Warren, and the Kerrs) are a great team. First we flew from Tel Aviv to Eilat at the southern tip of Israel on the Red Sea. We were met there by a guide and driver, who took us to Timna Park, which is sort of like Israel's version of the American southwest. Not only does it have fantastic desert mountain formations, it also has a full-scale replica of the Tabernacle. It is run by a Christian group, and the lady who guided us through it did ...
... 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 ...
... off the flavours out. With our mouths watering we still had to wait though to be shown the correct technique to eat our banquet, with our hands!! Our guide took the lead, firstly stripping back some tender lamb and mixing it with the rice, next you ball it in your palm and finally you stuff it in your mouth in the most eloquent way possible, haha.
The whole experience was amazing except if your name is Shaylee. Not being a big fan of meat on the bone at the best ...
... 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 ...