Dear Citizens of the World,
Living in Israel means being disconnected with most of its neighbors, but Jordan and Israel have quite good relations. Lucky for us, it is possible to cross the border and visit Petra in one long weekend - one day there, 1.5 days to visit and then back to Tel Aviv.
Unfortuntely, our visit to Petra and Wadi Rum were at the end of January when it was very cold and cloudy... but I guess that it is better than 40 degrees (100F) in the summer.
A few shots from our first day at Petra...
Thanks to these two, we were able to get a nice hot tea with mint - great when you are in a desert and it is cloudy and cold!
A wider section of the canyon with fantastic light.
Fantastic texture that looks like dripping paint.
There is plenty of information on visiting Petra, however, in my next post, I will give some tips that I did not find in any of the on-line guides.
- The United Statesian
A parting shot...
Cloudy day in the city at the gates to Petra.