BEDOUIN & I: DESERT DRIVING, VIRTUES OF CAMEL MILK & SHEESHA IN A TENT
Adventure travel / anisha shah / Archaeology / Best views of the world / Bucket list travel / Destination / Excavation / globetrotter / Historical sights / Jordan / journalist / review / Ruins / Travel / travel writer / Uncategorized / UNESCO Word Heritage Site / Wonders of the World / world

BEDOUIN & I: DESERT DRIVING, VIRTUES OF CAMEL MILK & SHEESHA IN A TENT

JORDAN’S BEDOUIN: Jordan‘s Bedouin people are great story-tellers! If you let them, they’re keen to help you experience their lands through their eyes – and I say, what better way? With a history of tribes and groups, living in tents and feeding from the land, the grounds of Jordan are etched deep under their skin and into … Continue reading

‘END OF THE WORLD’ AND MORE PETRA MUST-SEE SIGHTS
Adventure travel / anisha shah / Archaeology / Best views of the world / Bucket list travel / Destination / Excavation / globetrotter / Historical sights / Jordan / journalist / review / Ruins / Travel / travel writer / Uncategorized / UNESCO Word Heritage Site / Wonders of the World / world

‘END OF THE WORLD’ AND MORE PETRA MUST-SEE SIGHTS

Petra Day One : Today, I devote to getting to know Petra and hopefully reaching the first two of three must-see sights, the Treasury and the Monastery… EARLY START The adrenaline has been pumping so despite a sleepless night, I leap out of bed at dawn eager to get into Petra. It’s like being a child again … Continue reading

HIKING PETRA; JORDAN’S HERITAGE WONDER OF THE WORLD
Adventure travel / anisha shah / Archaeology / Best views of the world / Bucket list travel / Destination / Excavation / globetrotter / Historical sights / Jordan / journalist / review / Ruins / Travel / travel writer / Uncategorized / UNESCO Word Heritage Site / Wonders of the World / world

HIKING PETRA; JORDAN’S HERITAGE WONDER OF THE WORLD

Sometimes, no lens or words can capture the essence and beauty of a moment as clearly as the naked eye. Exasperating scenes, epic landscapes & breath-taking panoramas are extremely tricky to capture in an image, not only because it has to portray the scene but encapsulate the emotions often apportioned to such observations; fear, isolation, … Continue reading