Valley Stars Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... Christmas feel.
It was time to say goodbye to Jordan and hello to the UK and Scotland. I left Jordan the next day. As par for the course, not doing anything straightforward got a flight to Dubai, going completely the wrong way then got on a flight from Dubai back to London which took 7 and a half hours. As I landed at Gatwick the captain's voice came over the intercom and said 'Good Moring from the cockpit here, we are on our decent into ...
... and red for state owned vehicles.
One thing we immediately noticed was the quality of the road surfaces. The highway asphalt is as good as the surface of any road in the UK. Even the main roads as we experienced later, somewhere in between our A and B roads, were well maintained. The other life saver is that everywhere is well sign posted using the international colour coding of blue (motorway sign postings), brown for tourist attractions etc. All road ...
... was in fact built to be a royal tomb but was later renamed the treasury by the Swiss explorer Johann Ludwing Burckhardt who rediscovered it in 1812. Apparently 13 bodies were found beneath, one of which was around a 16yr old male who was believed to be the king. The Nabateans were obviously very gifted people whose origins were from the Arabian Peninsula before settling in Jordan around 2200 years ago. Their travels and experiences previously had exposed them ...
... a while. He was very nice, so now I have a signed copy of the book. If anyone has watched "An Idiot Abroad", the camel guy that looked after Karl while he was here was at the site with his camels. We spent seven hours at the site. What a wonderful, glorious day, especially when the weather improved. We eventually meandered back out. What a difference a few hours makes! There were people everywhere, there were camels and horse carriages and ...
... of the road wasn't the safest place for him, so I got out, as I approached he retreated into his shell, when I pick him up his head and legs pop back out and starts trying to run (or walk a little faster). I place him on the otherside side of the road he was trying to cross, and when we see that he is walking away from the road safely we continue our journey.
As we travel south the terrain becomes increasingly arid, the ...