Valley Stars Inn
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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... may have once stood, or empty graves where bodies may have been buried.
We walk almost sixteen kilometres today, and only scratch the surface. You can see buildings carved into the rocks wherever you look. The size is surprising, but pleasantly so, at least we didn't come all this way just to see a building that we had already seen in a movie.
We have bought a two day ticket, so will come back tomorrow to look at it from a different ...
... really long, jumbled travel day. Thankfully, our hotel in Jordan is literally located at the entrance to Petra so access tomorrow will be a snap. Plane Captain just announced that we are flying around Sudan and over Ethiopa instead to avoid some conflict that is going on in the Sudanese area which will add just a bit more time to our flight. 12pm Back on Big Blue. Getting ready to lift off from Kilimanjaro airport. Got a great view of ...
... young Bedouin guys leaping and somersaluting from turret to turret on the opposite rock face of the Monastery - I especially was very happy to pay attention to their lithe but quite mad daring entertaining feats. Once we’d caught our breath we climbed even further to the viewing point and enjoyed yet more views opening out to the far stretching miles and miles of mountainous landscape - peaceful, just the two of us, feeling like the whole ...
... standing near us when the male asked his corpulent female friend what she thought. Her reaction "I feel a little jipped, sure it is high but I have seen better".Really you have seen better?? you have stood looking over 2500 years of historic civilisation before, have you, you imbecile. Maybe if you actually achieved something by walking up rather than subjecting a poor mule to you girth you wouldn't feel so jipped! Rant over.
Picnic done we descended via ...
After yesterday's effort of walking almost 30 kilometres in Petra we along with some our fellow travellers decided to have an easy day. Tonight we booked into see the Petra light show. After walking 2 kilometres along a path of sand filled paper bags with candles lit in them, we arrived at the Treasury. It was a sight to behold. There were more candles all in rows in front of the Treasury. We were all seated on mats in front of the building,where we were given ...