View out into the desert from Lawrence's Spring.
Colin in Khazali Gorge in Wadi Rum
Burdah rock bridge
Wadi Rum desert
Umm Fruth rock bridge
Little flowers that were growing in the desert. In some places there were so many that they formed a carpet of purple. Quite unexpected in such dry conditions.
The ruins of what i known as Lawrence of Arabia's House. "Renovate or detonate" and even Gail from Raine & Horne Lane Cove would find selling this one a challenge!
Rock inscriptions at Jebel Faishiyya in Wadi Rum.
Burdah rock bridge.
Overlooking the desert from Umm Sabatah, waiting for the sun to set.
Sun setting over Wadi Rum.
The Seven Pillars of Wisdom from the visitors' centre at Wadi Rum.
Drinking sage tea in a bedouin tent.
The dunes in Wadi Rum are pink.
The guides having a chat while waiting for sun set.
Entrance to Beit Ali desert camp at Wadi Rum.
Inside the main room at Beit Ali.
Tents at Beit Ali.
Outside area where we had breakfast at Beit Ali .
On the Desert Highway heading back to Amman. Tanks compulsory?
I often saw piles of rocks like these on the side of the road. They are put there by Beduoin families to tell other Bedu that the land is 'taken' and they can't stay there.
Let's not go there..............