Petra Sun Set Hotel
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... wi-fi while I persevered in the name of photography for the blog!!! I promised to text her when I reached the summit to give her an idea how long I’d be…so off I went.
Now I had read that there are 800 steps to the top. However, a sign just before the steps mentioned 800 steps along the trail. Trail? Nobody mentioned a trail! Does that mean I have to climb steps AND walk up a series of hills? 15 minutes in to the walk and the answer was ...
... we had walked the fairly long distance back to to the treasury, I was exhausted with really aching hips and feet. I felt myself starting to 'lose it', so as much as we were keen to save our pennies (and the poor horse!) we gave in and haggled, agreeing on 20JD (about AUS $36) for a carriage ride back through the (uphill) gorge and up to the entrance. We had done pretty well I guess considering we had spent about 5 hours solidly walking. In hindsight I ...
... and I worked on my blog - aint that they way of things!
I disappeared to the other end of the house while the others
were asleep, as my wifi was horrible. I
made myself a cuppa, and found I had 100%.
By the time I wandered back to the room (about 10 metres), they had both
disappeared. Emma wasn't far, but Ron
had gone for a wander. He found Patricia down in the garden, and they ended
... Mediterranean and the Near East, Africa and India. Petra was first established around the 6th century BC by the Nabataean Arabs, a Semitic people who laid the foundations of a commercial empire that extended into Syria. In AD 106 Trajan annexed the Nabataean Kingdom as part of the province of Arabia. The many earthquakes that hit Petra triggered a slow decline for the city, which was not halted by its designation as an Archiepiscopal See. The Arabs conquered the city in 636 but ...
... a camel at Petra
We had the kids ride a camel and then we continued walking through
the ancient city. We must have walked a good 5 plus miles for the day.
It was a shame that my parents didn’t come because my dad’s stomach
started to bother him. Since he stayed back my mom did as well. In the ...