Tag Archives: travel

Petra – day 1

Where does one even begin when it comes to describing Petra? This huge ancient site isn’t one of the Seven Wonders of the World for nothing. It made the status because it truly is an awe inspiring amazing site, and … Continue reading

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Kerak

Following on down south on the Kings Highway one will come across the town of Kerak (also spelt Al-Karak), a small town of around 25,000 people. While many tourists bypass this town as they speed on down towards Petra it … Continue reading

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Amman

I knew that I was going to love Amman the moment I stepped out of Queen Alia International Airport. After leaving Perth on a cold wintry evening and travelling for 17 hours, the first thing I felt when stepping out … Continue reading

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A Dream Came True….. Jordan!

So I returned last month from an amazing tour of an amazing country that I had been dying to visit for years – The Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan, or otherwise known simply as Jordan! I have read many a blog … Continue reading

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French Riviera trip – Menton

On our last day in Monaco we didn’t have to fly out of Nice until later on in the afternoon, so we still had nearly a whole day up our sleeves. Most sensible people (like my husband!) would opt to … Continue reading

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French Riviera trip – Villa Ephrussi de Rothschild

For a taste of the opulent, and to see how the wealthy socialites of yesteryear (and today) lived, look no further than exploring the Villa Ephrussi de Rothschild, located on the absolutely stunning Cap Ferrat. Located pretty much central between … Continue reading

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French Riviera trip – Nice and Cannes

A day to explore Nice was on the agenda, so off we went, this time by train from Monaco station. The train ride was quick, efficient and relatively cheap, as the helpful ticket man behind the counter gave us an … Continue reading

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