Sweet memories from our travel to Jordan, 2020

in GEMS2 months ago

I must repeat myself, our photo travel to Jordan was indeed amazing, way beyond my expectations. Beautiful, colorful, educational, interesting and eye opening. I should definitely find time to sit down a write a proper #TravelFeed story. I saw and experienced so many new things in those five day, they have to be written down.

So these will be the last photos I share before the promised story, LMAO. Enjoy :)))

Red Sea, on the glass-bottomed boat, with happy friends:

It's believed to be the wife of Noah who turned back to see and turned into stone:

The view towards the Holy Lands from Mount Nebo:

Red Sea selfie maker :)

Enjoying the Dead Sea salty waters:


The perfect spot for great photography:

Dead Sea shores covered with salt:

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Enjoy :)


😁😁...it wasn't Noah's wife but Lot's wife and she turned to salt, a pillar of salt.
Hmmm... Please tell me how the dead sea felt, I read about it (aka River Euxene).
I read the waters were very thick that you could almost walk on them.
Could that be true?

LMAO... Now that you say it. You're right. Greek mythology is what I mixed it with, I guess :D
Dead Sea water was burning salty. Many warnings to not let it into your eyes. Quite thick indeed, but walking on it... Nah... I guess only one man could do that and as far as I know he did it 20 centuries ago :D Seriously, out local guide told us Dead Sea loses water and every year the level drops so at one point it could be salt only.

I really hope to visit sometime perhaps once or twice in the future...
And they quite tell alot of myth stories tho.
Make sure you have a lot of fun,
Visit their sacred ask loads of questions.

And you could tag me along so I'll learn from your travels.
Have a wonderful time.