Little Petra Bedouin Camp
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
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... Of course the cardinal rule of travel is to never relinquish control of your passport to the hands of another, unless at a border, and so I lie and say my passport is not with me. I don't remember how things got out of hand. He took out a plastic folder and showed us an ID card. "I am police," he says. I am a little doubtful - the "badge" looks cheap - but what do I know? He tells us he is from Ramallah, and his friend - who is 19 - is from Hebron. His friend ...
... exhausted but it was a stellar day. And after showers and a rest, we found a place to eat our anniversary dinner. It came complete with 6 Arabic salads, bread, mixed grill (kefta, chicken, beef kebabs), chicken scampi (which was an arabic take on fried chicken) and fries....delicious! After dinner we went back to our hotel where they had the world cup on and we got a cup of mint tea. It was a wonderful anniversary and a great way to spend 5 years. June 21Today ...
... dough wrapped around a creamy filling. We gave the family a book on Arizona full of beautiful pictures. Our guide loved it so I gave him one too to take home to his family.
Today we checked out of beautiful hotel in Amman. There are 8 of us plus our guide and driver. We ride in a small bus. Hope the brakes hold; they squeal alot. We drove south along the Desert Highway. The King's ...
... been occupied for some 7000 years and has seen many empires come and go. Part of it's appeal is the almost random layers of history laying higgledy piggeldy around roman ruins sit mixed in with Nabatean and Byzantine structures.
The Siq is a natural crevice in the sandstone formed over the millennia by the action of flash floods which have exposed the walls and still acts to make colour and textural changes to the rocks. The Nabateans were very good ...
... news is that we get to see it all again, as there is only one way in and out. The bad news is that it is all uphill going back and the heat has been gradually building and it is now quite warm indeed. But it is more than a bit important to catch the ship, so back we go along the same route marvelling once more at the wonders and how the afternoon light revealed details missed to us on the first trip. Soon we are absorbed in the moment and our momentary disappointment at ...