Shaharut Inn

Shaharut, Hevel Eilot, Israel | Lodge
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Travel Blogs from Hevel Eilot

Day three walking in petra

A travel blog entry by bigal09


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But of course like any Canyon system you have to walk out. Although the walk was easier than Claustral we were feeling it by the time we got back to the bus.

What a privilege to have been able to see petra. This is the land that the people of God have waddled for Millennium. The Israelites with Moses and before that Abraham ...


A travel blog entry by kaybee


... as you want. Still don't understand why so few people take advantage of it :-).
I bought some bread, hummus, Tabuleh and Makla… (forgot the word :-). My plan was to have a nice dinner on top of the Treasury.
At around 15:00 I entered the site again, took it real slow, had a coffee and fresh orange juice at a beduin coffee tent (picture with the cat on my lap). Then climb up to the same spot as previous night and had one of my best dinners ever (atmosphere + ...

Wadi Rum to Petra

A travel blog entry by kaybee


... view on the site. I believe the name of the place came from the sandstorm formations on top, which resembled human skulls and skeletons of dead animals. I enjoyed the view for some longer time before walking down on the other side of the mountain leading me into the main area of Petra („you are here“ on the map).
At that time it was around 16:00 and as the sunset was at around 17:30 it was tough to ...

Making friends in Jordan

A travel blog entry by gravittkiki


... Egypt. Mohammed drove me around to get my visa taken care of. Then we headed back to the hospital to check on Ali. After he was done we headed to lunch and the beach again and then back to the couch on the roof! The next day I headed to Petra alone. It was amazing to see and next time I really need to spend more time in Petra and Jordan as a whole. That night I ended up catching a ferry to Egypt. I will miss my two new friends and I hope I get to return one day to see them ...

Petra, a City Carved in Stone

A travel blog entry by cjbishop


... the millennia has destroyed and buried many of the structures but 500 have survived. We were told that only 60 % of the site has been discovered and explored so far.

Needless to say it is one of those "OMG" moments when you see it. To really explore Petra fully you need several days. We only saw the highlights as we had another area to see and experience-Wadi Rum.

That experience will be covered in the next blog.



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