Amman and Jerash in A Day

We woke up once again to a chilly Amman morning. We’ve been on a quite adventure the previous days so our day’s itinerary is merely to experience the historic capital. Our friendly driver picked us up in Ibis Hotel, where we’re staying, from which we drove 48 kilometers north to […]

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Davit Gareja: To The Edge of Georgia

Further to the southeast of Georgia, just a few yards away from the Azerbaijan border, is the rock-cut monastic complex of Davit Gareja (or David Gareji to some). The compound was named after its founder, one of the 13 Assyrian missionaries from Mesopotamia dedicated to spread Christianity across Georgia. The […]

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Wadi Rum Jeep Tour

Our little adventure in Wadi Rum continues as we embark on a three-hour jeep tour on its red sand glory. One of the guys from our camp drove us around on his trusted pick up truck, refurbished to accommodate 2 to 4 persons on its cargo bed. With low bars […]

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Glamping in Wadi Rum

My fiancé and I aren’t the hardcore outdoor type of people. Day nature trips are fine, just don’t ask us to get through the night outside. The last time I slept in a tent was when we camped in Oman some x years ago and I told myself then that […]

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Four Afternoons in Tbilisi

Tbilisi, the capital of Georgia, is a small city tourism-wise (well, it actually depends on which areas are touristy to you or not). So when we were plotting out our itinerary, we didn’t dedicate a full day of exploring it. Instead, we set aside early mornings until the afternoon to […]

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