Wadi Rum (Jordan, part II)

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The next day, we spent a half day at Wadi Rum which was made famous by Lawrence of Arabia.

Unlike the desert of Dubai (which is flat), the desert area of Wadi Rum is hilly – great for rock climbing! – and the scenery is quite spectacular.  We hired a driver to take us around and here are some of the sights.

Mushroom Rock:

Jordan - Wadi Rum

 Small Rock Bridge:

Jordan - Wadi Rum

Walking across Large Rock Bridge:

Jordan - Wadi Rum

Scotch waiting patiently for our BBQ lunch of grilled chicken and salad with lebneh dressing:

Jordan - Wadi Rum

Enjoying the quiet of the desert:

Jordan - Wadi Rum

Previous: Petra (Jordan part I)

Next: Dead Sea, Madaba, Mt. Nebo, and Amman (Jordan part III)

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