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Monday Photo: Petra, Jordan

A travel photo of Petra, Jordan.Read More
Workaway Cave House and Hotel Work Exchanges

9 Volunteer Work Exchanges in Cave Houses and Cave Hotels in Spain, France, Turkey and Jordan

We have written about volunteering in cave hotels already after we stayed in one in Turkey a few years ago. The owner told of his need for volunteer staff and one of our readers later applied for the position and sent us a report of his experience volunteering in Cappadocia. Read More
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Monday Photo: Wadi Musa, Jordan

A travel photo of Wadi Musa, Jordan.Read More
The Treasury, Petra, Jordan

Out of the Siq: 17 Photos of Petra

After saving my dad from the Nazis… No, hang on, that was the other guy. The one with the hat. I had the hat but as already reported lost it after drinking too much in Turkey.Read More
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Monday Photo: Petra, Jordan

A travel photo of a cat at Petra, Jordan.Read More
Travel Photos

Monday Photo: Petra, Jordan

A travel photo of the Siq, Petra, Jordan.Read More
Crowds at Petra, Jordan

Getting Good Shots at Petra

Though Petra is a sizeable site most of the classic sights stretch along a well-trodden nexus after emerging from the narrow cleft of the Siq at the Treasury. The Treasury in particular is a difficult place to fire off a photo without someone’s head in the way but it is possible to maintain the illusion, and even at times enjoy the reality, of having the iconic building to yourself. Read More
Petra, Jordan

And Now for Something Completely Different: 7 Reasons to Slag Off Jordan

Jordan is at the forefront of many a bloggers posts at the moment, a result of trips paid courtesy of Visit Jordan.Read More
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Monday Photo: Wadi Musa, Jordan

A photo of Wadi Musa, Jordan.Read More
The A to Z of Gap Year Travel

The A to Z of Gap Year Travel

If rumours of the gap year’s demise are true then this post will go mostly unread as students instead forego a break between A levels and university to avoid the rise in tuition fees. Plenty though will either worry about the financial hangover later or consider a year out a worthwhile investment in their future.Read More