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  • I’ve just wrapped up an incredible two week tour through Egypt, where we visited Cairo, Giza, Luxor, Aswan and Dahab.

This country absolutely blew my mind (and not only because of its history or ancient structures). Aside from seeing the pyramids, there is so much to be discovered outside of Cairo and Giza and there were so many experiences I never knew were possible in Egypt (i.e. Sailing on a traditional Felucca boat for two nights down the Nile).
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  • Of the places I’ve travelled so far, my favourites have been the ones I’ve arrived at the destination with little to no expectations.

I booked my trip to Jordan on a bit of a whim. To be honest, I never really considered Jordan as a place to visit until I was perusing through Black Friday sales (the day after the USA’s Thanksgiving) when I came across an extremely cheap tour to Jordan.

Jordan hadn’t crossed my radar previously and I really didn’t know what to expect, other than assuming it would probably be very different to many of the other places I’d travelled.

I had a look at pictures of the places the 7-day tour went to (deserts, Dead Sea, Petra) and was quickly sold on Jordan.

Before I travelled there, the only information I thoroughly researched was safety, dress code and female travel in Jordan. Other than addressing those important factors, I was completely unaware about how much beauty, history and cultural/ religious significance existed in various places in Jordan. I didn’t realise how expansive Petra was, nor had I ever seen the Indiana Jones movies, which was a reason for why many other people travel to Jordan. I didn’t expect to see so many ancient Roman ruins or realise that those sights would even exist there. I really learnt and saw a lot during trip and know that there is still so much I don’t know and yet to see.

In a way, there was a little bit of ignorance on my part. However, I don’t think ignorance is always a bad thing, providing we endeavour (and allow ourselves) to become more aware and educated about the world and it cultures when opportunity and information is presented to us. I love learning about a place when I arrive, the culture when I am able to embrace it or religion from the people who practice it. This is a huge part of why I travel.
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#jordania #myjordanjourney #wadirum #bedouin #desertscape #desert #middleeast
  • Fairytale scenes from little European lakeside towns 🍃✨