Petra, Jordan

This desert city of the Nabataeans was a breathtaking site.  I spent an entire day climbing its towering rocks, discovering its passageways, and admiring its colored walls.

But the first thing that comes to mind when I reminisce about the place was these two camels.  It was late afternoon and the site was almost empty.  On our way out, we passed by a shop whose owners invited us for some tea.  So we decided to stay and relax for a bit.  After  all, what’s better than sipping turkish tea with a 6th century World Heritage site as a backdrop?

All of a sudden, I heard a startled shout and saw people pointing behind me.  I turned around and caught this whimsical scene. Camera shutters clicked furiously while their owner scrambled to get them apart. 

 


7 Replies to “Afternoon Delight in Petra”

  1. Christina–
    Ha, you captured such an awesome (and amusing) moment! That first photograph is wonderful as well; Petra is on my list, but I’m not sure when I’ll make it over in there.

    Thanks, also, for visiting my blog and leaving a note.

    Cheers,
    Cheri

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    1. Yeah, it was quite adorable… and shocking. Even our guide was surprised; apparently that “activity” doesn’t occur often in public.

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