Salman Zwaidh Camp
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
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... dunes of Rajasthan in India 2 months ago. But I must have forgot how uncomfortable riding on a camel is. It is not that much fun. It's bumpy and I was in constant fear of smashing my manhood. But I settled in after a few minutes.
Back onto the the pickup truck after that. We drove to a scenic overlook. It was between 2 giant mountains and it gave you a nice view of the edge of The Red Sea. It was pretty far away but still got a few nice ...
... and roasted potatoes. Hoisting this in front of him, he looked at us, grinned, sauntered off towards the main tent, and casually taunted "Well, see you tomorrow," over his shoulder.
Elias said it was the best chicken he’d ever had. It was certainly one of our most memorable meals. During dinner we congregated around the fireplace in the middle of the tent and tried to mind our manners in local fashion: eat only with the right hand, and ...
... things got better after I'd settled in at the resthouse (a tent for JD5!!). I sat down in a small cafe next door and met a couple of Romanian rock climbers here to scale the cliffs. I didn't know much about Wadi Rum but learnt that night that there is a long history of climbing there and they had a guide book by another westerner who had made rock climbing here famous internationally. As I was chatting with them a few Bedouins ...
... the area that had been carved into the rock. It showed a map of the lake for water and where the danger areas of the desert are. It also had pictures of camels and people killing wild animals. The most exciting part was staying the night in Wadi Rum at the desert camp. This was more Glamping than camping, but the views around ...
... not to have the usual mundane chat of a hairdresser "Are you on your lunch break?" (No I'm having breakfast). "Where you going for your holidays this year?" (Not Ibiza like you). "What you doing this weekend?" (Not going clubbing, drinking myself silly and getting "frisky" every night with a different lad (applies to both male and female hairdressers)). Through the course of limited conversation barber misunderstands and thinks I'm currently working in Irbid. When asked how much it ...