Here’s the account of a family returning to the Netherlands after living in Malawi. However, instead of flying, they are drove back by means of Malawi, Tanzania, Kenya, Ethiopia, Sudan, Egypt, Jordan, Syria, Turkey and finally Rotterdam. Below are some snippets of their journeys through Jordan:
Signing-up for the inaugural Back Roads Bicycle tour of Jordan with the adventure company Explore, Times Online journalist Vincent Crump describes his 280-mile journey through Jordan. A two-wheeled epic adventure from Amman to Aqaba through the Great Rift Valley that included:
Yes folks, from nearly halfway around the globe we bring you the best exerpts from tourists blogging about the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan, be it someone reenacting Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade or a visitor asking questions about the Jerash Festival – blogJodan.com is here to conveniently summarize the blogosphere of Jordanian Tourism this last week of May 2008.
Just about everyone visiting the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan these days blogs about it. My job is to bring to you the best and brightest of the “Journeys to Jordan” blogosphere. So grab a cup of coffee, lean back in that boring office chair and share with me in yet another exciting installment of “Experiencing the Journey” … starting with …
Yeah I know what you’re thinking, my friend went to Jordan and all I got was a URL to his stinking Jordan tourism blog. All the more reason to go there yourself … but until then … here are 3 more persons blogging about the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan, posting their experiences and sharing their photos so the rest of us can stew in our offices and live vicariously through their journeys:
In a booth designed setting, posters of Petra were on display luring walkers over. Many of the passers-by didn’t know what to expect but would invite themselves to steal a look at the posters and the books that were scattered on the table. Obviously they knew the booth has something to do with Petra. That was tempting enough for any foreigner who is willing to cross miles and oceans just to visit the unique site. Preserving and protecting this site is the mission of the Petra National Trust.
The Jordanian Society of Travel and Tourism Agents (JSTTA) honored Mr. Nasser Kawar, chairman of the Petra Travel and Tourism Company at a special reception this past week for his services to the Jordanian travel and tourism industry. Secretary-General of…
Two days ago I was standing alone on the steps of the Treasury at Petra. The images still awe me, more so this 2nd visit than the 1st. Below is a brief description along with 3 YouTube videos explaining why.