After Petra, we headed south to Wadi Rum, the dessert. In what was supposed to be a four wheel drive Jeep, but was actually a one wheel drive, we were driven around the dessert by a really funny guide. Our group consisted of us, a Australian guy and 2 Japanese girls, which we called Jackie Chan. The dessert was absolutely beautiful and I might want to update the list of beautiful placed again. In the evening, we enjoyed a Bedouin barbecue, looked for foxes, walked around searching snakes and enjoyed the view on the stars. Sleeping in the dessert was great and then we moved again. After the most useless tours through the village, where random people hopped on and off the car, we arrived in Aqaba. That is not a place for which the list has to be updated. Let's say that the best part of that town was our airvonditioned room with satellite TV and good TV series. Aqaba is probably only fun if you're rich and/or a man. So the next day we crossed the border and got into Israel again. Surprisingly, cause every none of tje questions we were asked, we could answer (so where are you going to stay un israel? - hm we dont know, how much money do you have? - welll, why israel? - well yeah..) Eilat is not so beautiful either, but the campsite was nice, the sea cold and snorkling amazing. Although I might have discovered that I'm claustrophobic ;) And on Tuesday we went to Tel Aviv. Really nice city, a bit budget killing, but good fun and we can buy beer (whoop whoop after 2 weeks in Jordan), we can eat other things than pitabread and the beach parties are good!
- we're pretty much the only ones that we've met that liked Amman
-everything I do gives me so many bruisers and scratches that people start to worry about me.