Sharah Mountains Hotel
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Along with Machu Picchu and Angkor Wat, Petra is one of the great "Lost Cities" of the world. It is an amazing sight to see and we are happy that we had a chance to visit it. Most people know it from the “Treasury” (see picture – you'll probably recognize it – maybe from Indiana Jones!), but as you’ll see from the …
... unpacked lunch and enjoyed a very odd picnic of a whole tomato, whole mini cucumber and some rolls that the hotel packed for us, while marveling at the idea of what it takes to build something like this monastery. While the walk up was a sweaty business we feel it was worth it! We then took our time walking back and peeped in at a few of the other sites on the way back. Our last stop before we left was the Treasury and we had a ...
... The absolute silence was daunting and overwhelming at first, especially for someone like me who has a hard time really relaxing and has too much going on in my head. I felt like I could hear all the chaos in my head. Day 6 Wadi Rum--Aqaba--Dead Sea (100 JD) Arranged for the driver (private car now, not hotel car so lower rate) to pick us up at the Visitors Center in the morning. From there we went further south to Aqaba, the port town on the Red Sea. As mentioned Jordan ...
... finished his story this guy said in a condescending tone “That was your highlight until you met us right?” Normally I am patient with people and their arrogance but something kicked in me and said it in an instant “Funny that, I was about to say the same thing about you meeting us” in a ‘You mess with our group you mess with me’ tone. Like I said I have no idea what came over me but I was extremely annoyed with that guy. ...
... And walked. And walked. And walked. I clearly was not paying attention when we started the tour because I did not take notice that we were gradually walking downhill the entire time. Not only was the walk back a little harder (it wasn't steep, but there was definitely an incline), but the shade had almost all but gone. I was in a race to get back to the Siq to take refuge in what was left of the shade, pausing periodically to catch my breath, drink some water, ...
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