Bedouin Garden Village
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... our last night in Jordan. The Bedouins cooked a hangi-type meal in the ground and loved playing songs and dancing. The music was infectious and at one point all of our group were showing the locals how white westerners dance (i.e. poorly and out of time). The songs were mainly about the King of Jordan and the Jordanian army, and have probably been sung in that region for hundreds of years. ...
... 8217;t show up, we jumped in a cab and headed for the bus station instead only to find the next bus wasn’t leaving for another 3 or 4 hours.
So in the end we opted for a taxi to take us an hour up the Desert Highway to Wadi Rum. He was a lovely man who sang to us in Arabic along the way. We weren’t really sure how to arrange the details of our stay in the desert once we arrived in Wadi Rum so our taxi driver suggested we take a tour with ...
... of Jordan near Aqaba. It is made up of valleys and soft reddish mountains, the highest being Mt. Um Dami (1800m).
It is best known from T.E.Lawrence (Lawrence of Arabia) who based his operations in the area during the 1917/18 Arab Revolt. He later wrote about his experiences in "The Seven Pillars of Wisdom" (which are not seven local mountains) and described the area in detail. Wadi Rum is near to Aqaba (Jordan) and Eilat (Israel) on the Gulf of Aqaba off the Red ...