Petra – The wonder city

After our attempt to explore Jordan was interrupted by a small accident, we were back to the country exactly after a year in April and were determined to complete what we had started.

Day 1

After reaching Amman airport at around 2 am in the morning, we had couple of options to get to Wadi Musa, the city outside Petra. One option was to take a cab to Amman city and then the 6:30 am JETT bus to Petra or to take a direct cab to Petra. Although the cost of the bus route is about two thirds of the direct cab route, we decided to take the direct cab. The cab office provided us with a receipt for the journey and we were saved from any haggling with the driver.

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Mesmerizing Meteora and Monasteries

What would cross your mind first if you heard about Greece? Thousands of years of rich history? Iconic monuments? Mind blowing sculptures? Origin of the Olympic games? What if I told you that there is much more to Greece than these?

Meteora, located very near to the town of Kalambaka, gives you an entirely different view of Greece. The naturally created sandstone structures and the monasteries on top of them would leave you wondering about how these came into existence.

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