In my month of hopping around Europe and the Middle East I had only what I carried in a small suitcase and my Jansport backpack. I’ve had a few people ask me how I made that work and I promised them a blog about it. So… I’m not a travel expert but I’ve compiled a list of tidbits that I have found valuable and what I have found works for me; maybe it’ll work for you, too.
I think Jerash was a pretty perfect way to end my time in Jordan. Obviously, Wadi Rum, Petra and everything else were phenomenal, but Jerash is really good representation of Jordan as I know it…
Jordan is a country that is rich in culture and history. During the first part of my trip I was introduced to many facets of Jordanian culture (tea at every turn, riding camels, etc) and during the second part.
Most people go to Jordan to go to Petra. I am not an exception to this. Petra is one of the Seven Modern Wonders of the World and a UNESCO World Heritage Site, after all.
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I landed in Amman, Jordan in the middle of the night. My cousin, Sean, picked me up at the airport and we went back to the house, chatting back and […]