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Middle East » Jordan » Petra
06 September 2010
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From Amman our tour bus drove us to Petra, probably Jordan most popular touristic drawcard as most visitoris come here for the red desert tours to Wadi Rum and

Wadi Rum is also known as the Valley of the Moon and as soon as you start to enter it's territory you'll understand why as it really has something magical about it and you keep wandering how this valley was created and cut...

Middle East » Jordan » Amman
03 September 2010
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This summer I've been on a holiday in Jordan by myself. I had always wanted to travel through the Middle East and had heard a lot of positive things about Jordan and places like Amman and Petra in particular.

After some visits at my local travel agency I had read some of the travel package deals and decided to book a bus round trip through Jordan starting in Amman.

Amman is one of the many popular places to visit in Jordan as it's home to several ancient Roman sites that can be visited while in Amman.

Amman is also the capital city of Jordan and therefor the...

Middle East » United Arab Emirates » Dubai
30 August 2010
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Dubai Mall is the world's largest shopping mall and counting all the things to do inside this shopping walhalla your head will start to spin as Dubai will show you what luxury can be.

The Dubai Mall is not only the world's largest shopping mall but it's also part of the Burj Khalifa complex, the world's tallest building ever constructed.

The Burj Khalifa was completed...

Middle East » Israel » Jerusalem
13 August 2010
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After our visit to the Oasis of Engedi, or Ein Gedi, we drove further north along the Dead Sea and visited the Qumran National Park which is located at about 20 km east of Jerusalem and a little less than 40 km north of Ein Gedi so you could make a day trip to the Qumran Caves if you're staying in Jerusalem as well.

Since we already stayed in Jerusalem and were touring the Dead Sea...

Middle East » Israel » Ein Gedi
12 August 2010
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Travelling up along the Dead Sea from Masada where we had visited the fortifications up along Snake Path we headed to the Ein Gedi Nature Reserve, a popular tourist attraction and oasis in Israel.

The Ein Gedi Nature Reserve is close to the Masada site and the Qumran caves as well. The reserve is known for its oasis in the desert, located west of the Dead Sea, which attracts a lot...

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