Again, Jordan being in the middle east, it is one of the safest places I have been to to date. The people are amazingly accommodating while the attractions here are pretty awesome. The food, you have to try it for yourself as my all time favorite is hands down some of the Jordanian Briyani rice dishes.
|Just after you enter the main entrance, you will pass a few cave homes of the Bedouin people|
|Various huge rock carved structures catch your eye as you head to the Gorge|
|Upon entering the Petra Gorge, you will follow it to the Treasury|
|Walking through the Gorge, a fascinating experience for just about anyone|
|A Horse & Carriage takes visitors through the Gorge, this cost about JD$20-30 one way|
|The natural rock formations in the Gorge|
|Beautiful colors and rock formations of the Petra Gorge|
|The famous narrow gorge before the Treasury here in Petra|
|Another photo of the narrow gap before the Petra Treasury|
|The Treasury, seen when you exit the narrow Gorge|
|The Treasury was carved out of the rocks and is massive|
|Guards dress according to the old times at the Treasury|
|After the Treasure, the walk continues to the Kings Tombs|
|Beautiful carved structures on the Gorge walls|
|A couple of camels pose in front of the Kings Tombs here in Petra|
I have to say that the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 has lived up to its name and using the latest smartphone by Samsung really impressed me as from the photos above, you know that they mean business when camera phones come into play.
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