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Sharing tea with Bedouins at Wai Rum, Jordan

The boy couldn’t have been more than seven or eight years old but he seemed perfectly at ease with the Bedouin men sipping tea in the cafe at Petra, Jordan. He...

This photo perfectly portrays why the desert landscapes of Wadi Rum in Jordan are alternatively known as Valley of the Moon

This photo perfectly portrays why the desert landscapes of Wadi Rum in Jordan are often referred to as the Valley of the Moon. The the jaw-dropping view above was just a...

A road to nowhere heads into the depths of Mujib Canyon, Jordan. Read further for my tips on how to book a tour to Petra and Wadi Rum in order to avoid the experience I had.

I sought the advice of friends on how to book a tour to Petra and Wadi Rum prior to traveling to Jordan. Everyone assured me that any hotel could make the...

The desert landscape of Wadi Rum, Jordan, desolate yet stunning

Wadi Rum, Jordan, quite simply, took my breath away. Located in the far southwest corner of the country, the desert landscapes were unlike anything I have ever seen. I expected endless...

In the late afternoon sun Al Siq, a slot canyon that leads to the archeological site of Petra, Jordan, bursts into flaming reds and golds

In the late afternoon sun, the gorge known as Al Siq in Petra, Jordan, bursts into flame. The three-quarter mile long slot canyon is the main entrance to the ancient Nabatean...

The Treasury at Petra, Jordan, seen from the slot canyon known as the Siq

The Treasury at Petra, Jordan, is one of the most magnificent archaeological sites in the world. The structure was carved from solid rock by the Nabataeans, who are thought to have...