Petra Sun Set Hotel
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... at the Monastery, took a few snaps then took a beeline for the shade in the form of a café with a cave. In the shade of the cave we had a wee nana nap and then were awoken to the sight of a Bedouin who was on the top of the Monastery, some 50m above the ground, doing handstands and all sorts of acrobatics with the wind against him. I thought this may turn into a tragic blog entry but it was clear the guy knew what he was doing and the Bedouin female who ...
... text me when you’re coming back down"
She obviously hadn’t received my original text yet. I checked my sent text and in red letters it said: ‘Not delivered’. I sent it again. The same message appeared: ‘Not delivered’. Then I did a stupid thing and sent the most ridiculous text…ever!!!
‘Yes, I got your message but I can‘t seem to send…!!’ Why would I send that? I must be ...
... people genuinely get 'stuck' in there after walking such long/difficult distances. Well the Monastery and equally the incredible mountain views made the walk most definitely worth it! It was truly breathtaking. We enjoyed sitting on the 'Arabic' style lounges and I enjoyed a fresh Orange and Pomegranite juice....YUM! I was keen to try one of these after friend Helen said how good they were in Turkey. Of course it was a much quicker trip down, but even so by ...
We decided to hang around at the B&B for a while, as we
weren't able to get tickets for the evening Petra by candlelight until
8.15. Unfortunately, we hadn 't had
lunch, so some were feeling a bit peckish.
Break out the cake Emma had made for us to bring away, and we hadn't got
into yet. A banana and some cashews also
disappeared before we headed back down the hill to park at the ...
... crossroads between Arabia, Egypt and Syria-Phoenicia and bears a unique testimony of a disappeared civilization in which ancient Eastern traditions blended with Hellenistic architecture. Petra lies south of modern Amman on the edge of the mountainous desert of Wadi Araba, surrounded by towering hills of sandstone which gave the city some natural protection against invaders. It was for centuries the meeting point of the main routes used by camel caravans transporting spices ...