Jordan Travel Tips
Bible stories, lost cities, Lawrence of Arabia - Jordan has romantic associations up to its eyeballs. It's a country that ought to be awash with tourists, but the Middle East's bad reputation has kept them away in droves. Don't be fooled: Jordan is, on the whole, peaceful.
More than that, it's one of the most welcoming, hospitable countries in the world. Where else could you leave your belongings on the street for hours at a time, and find them there when you get back? Where else do total strangers with nothing to sell invite you into their homes?
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This city of two million is graciously traditional, with steep and narrow side streets, small glasses of sweet mint tea, and flowing daytime fashions. Amman is also optimistically modern, with its ...
The incredible Dead Sea sits 400 meters (1,312 feet) below sea level in the Jordan Rift Valley making it the lowest point on Earth. The landlocked Dead Sea is the end point for a number of rivers, ...
There are two things to prepare yourself for with Jordanian food: the fantastic quality and the fantastic quantity! For Jordanians, eating is a very social affair so meals can last for hours with up ...
Jordan is an
interesting place. The main bastions of civilization are by western
standards not that impressive, but what this country lacks in
infrastructure it surely makes up for in truly ...
Written by John Reality, Cambodia, January 2013
When one thinks about Jordan ,
it is easy to picture the stunning ancient stone city of Petra or even
its capital, Amman, but one should not overlook the value of Jordan’s
historic city of ...
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Doing what: Private Half Day Tour to Desert Castles - Qasr Amra, Qasr Kharaneh, ...