Howdy all. Well I realised I still had a ‘post-worth’ of photos from Jordan to share, and the ones I hadn’t shared with you are the ones I have here today. I wasn’t 10% sure on the locations of these, but I was happy to find that simply by doing a bit of googling I could work out exactly what they were. These photos are from my first full day in Jordan when I took a tour on what I believe is a pretty well worn route from Amman the capital. There were just four in our group, and I was the only one who didn’t speak German. We went to Madaba, a place which is famous for mosaics, Mt Nebo where the view is incredible, and to the River Jordan at a spot where it is believed Jesus was baptized by John the Baptist. On the way home we stopped by the Dead Sea where people float and for some reason cover themselves in mud. So all these pictures were taken on the one day – but what a day! Enjoy!
Thanks for popping by! May the Journey Never End!
2 thoughts on “Madaba and Mount Nebo – Through My Lens [Jordan]”
have you tried the mud from the Dead Sea?😆
I passed on that. Not really my kinda thing…