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#21 Posted : Monday, August 30, 2010 7:50:13 PM(UTC)
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Was awesome!! Full of water
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#22 Posted : Friday, September 3, 2010 1:16:28 AM(UTC)
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Is there any way to join you?

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#23 Posted : Monday, September 6, 2010 11:16:51 AM(UTC)
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Just saw your message, create.
At 10:16 pm in Hamp 2.9 right out at the end of the access road to the River, and ran in the dark to find a place to sleep. Next time I'll ask you if you want to come too.

And to conclude my route:
The drive there was awful. Don't know if it's more complicated through the Beit Shean, but down to Eilat (5 hours), to the border and then get back to the Wadi shelter (3 hours drive). What also came under some 22, and the driver told us to go 20 minutes down the trail to avoid unsightly.
The tbrbrano us in the dark between terraces and jackass, and finally we found someplace relatively straight you can crash it. I was able to punch the neo-air way about my sat (no comments on my weight seems to put it straight on which branch or something-there is a hell of a hole), and slept all night on z-rest half hard ground. It was cold.

In the morning we got up at 5:30, under the guidance of the taxi driver, who told us straight out and go two hours into the Canyon, to the police in the morning won't find us only to eat breakfast. The tbrbrano again on the southern slopes of the Canyon, trying to decide if we should go down to the water below, or continue on the slope, and at the end of what one local processed the terraces, showed us where we should go down.
Most of the first day we spent in transitions in cane, or over one slope to bypass another thicket, and decrease on the other side. There are also full of boulders that need to work around, jump and jump. Mahoosuc Notchlike, only much bigger, the ice below. The water is very warm and cozy.
Barts also some softness, and below the chalk (least he called in one of our way). During the hottest hours between 12 to 15 we rested under a tamarisk.
There are also hot springs along the River, and we sat in some nice hot pool beneath some trees that hung on the walls.

The first night we spent on the southern slope, near some Palm trees and a huge Boulder which looks like. It was hot and the mosquitoes ate us. And still uncomfortable to sleep half on the ground.

On the second day were much less channel, boulders and much more in the water, with fewer people on the slopes.
Towards the end we waited longer to see the Herald the end of the dam, but our maps didn't really see all the millions of foreclosures of the Mall on the way there. We are confident that we have only some 8 km per day (that's what it looks like on the map), and arrive early to finish and have to call a taxi driver and wait for him there, but we are finally at 3 pm, when we agreed with him.

The trip back home, again through Aqaba, was tiring and long.

Tips for next time (or anyone who plans on track).

Preferably buy food in Israel. We asked the taxi driver to stop us, and he gave us a small container. Ohtzteidno in cans, and although not we were starving, but with a little planning ahead could eat much better.

No need to worry too much water along the way. I think that's enough to carry 3 gallons to be on the safe side, but after the middle of the first day, plenty of water dripping from the slopes allow Yashar fill bottles and drink. The water of the river did not seem to have a big hit, and I wouldn't recommend drinking them, but ultimately I don't think there's a danger of dehydration, and emergency could also fill them, they seem more normal. We are cooking the pasta in the second night (nothing came out but not the water)

You should be ready to walk on water. It seems to me the other day about half a day went into the river. Also need to bring neoprene bag for sensitive equipment (cell phones, passports).
Should not swim in any step to advance-I went with the camera hanging around my neck the whole time and she risked in baptism.

Very highly recommended to bring some mosquito remedy. Or, if you have contacts in the right places, some napalm tanks all nice when the mosquito population in orbit (4 of us).

If someone wants to see the pictures, you are welcome to my Picasa
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#24 Posted : Monday, September 6, 2010 3:29:56 PM(UTC)
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Can't believe evades police Was it worth it? What would happen if the police would "catch"? To spend a day in Jordanian police and detention might be worth all this?

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#25 Posted : Monday, September 6, 2010 4:33:09 PM(UTC)
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I think it's fine, and probably lots you back.
I don't think capital offense
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#26 Posted : Tuesday, September 7, 2010 2:43:30 AM(UTC)
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Location: ירקונה

Note that the common Anemone Jericho Valley.

Noam you sure this is the same Wadi pictured at the beginning of the concatenating assignment?

Edited by user Friday, April 22, 2016 12:53:39 AM(UTC)  | Reason: Not specified

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#27 Posted : Tuesday, September 7, 2010 8:14:11 PM(UTC)
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A beautiful place!
Thanks for the summary!
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#28 Posted : Wednesday, September 8, 2010 3:49:38 AM(UTC)
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Shalom Friends.

When I went to my first visit to Petra I was really amazed by the rocks and the mountains along the way. A dream Slowly started to emerge, to go hiking in these amazing landscape, the mountains, south of Rajef Petra, Jordan.
Since not many "regular tours" go there and I didn't want to carry all my gear on my back for 4 days I thought "why won ' t I organize a group of friends and we do it with local beduin guidance?"
Hence, I contacted a local agency in Jordan which set this tour for some other groups before. And here we go ....

We will go for 6 days to Jordan, from Sep 19 to sep 24th
On the first day we will drive from Eilat to Petra and sleep in a hotel in Petra. For the next four day we will hike in the desert Rajef south of Petra. (Sleeping 3 nights in the desert). After another nigh in the Petra hotel we can enjoy the last day by either go for site od in Petra or (for those who already visited Petra) go hike to Jabel Harun.

You can enjoy some picture of the area (an advertisement of another guide) at
Http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j84NqkK2rs4

The trip will cost $ 350 (+ border tax, getting to eilat, Petra entrance, insurance)

I put more details bellow in English so feel free to call me or send email
Ezra (972) 0528389684



Hello

I'm organizing a trip to friends killed in southern Jordan in the short week for Yom Kippur. In addition to movie on YouTube (to Joel pine) that appears in the English portion of the email, you can admire an enchanting story place wrote an old friend of Elad Efrat Nakash on
Http://www.ynet.co.il/articles/0,7340,L-3884893, 00.html

So what in the program:

Sunday: 19.9 after a well-deserved rest on Yom Kippur in Izzy. Meet at the border crossing near Rabin Eilat at 1 p.m. and then proceed to Petra in Jordan. Sleep in a hotel in Petra, get to know each other and have a local meal.

Monday 20.9: After breakfast we will drive to the village and walk rajef. Climb Mount ג'וליאף and Mansion at his feet. On this day, most of the trip is a circular track so that we can browse the peaks as you allow us time and power (15 km or more, depending on the adrenals)

Tuesday 21.9: get on track circles in wadis and Uruk. Kninim sandstone hit and go back to bed to the foot of Mount ג'וליאף (walk of about 15 km.)

Wednesday: 22.9 in hardware and Eddie and ashte eye. (Walking distance of about 15 km.)

Thursday: 23.9 for dinner and from there jumped to Petra (walk 10 km 4). Stay in a hotel in Petra
If you can still March on tour Petra published thousands of candles.
Or go to a local bath to soothe muscles

Friday: 24.9 visiting Petra who wasn't there yet and already know, organize a trip to Jamaica. Views of the area and the Negev and the Arava. It's a walk of 7 to 9 hours. (But worth it) Contact Sunset back to Israel (be in Eilat at about 10:00 pm)

How a tour?
I went to Jordanian agent and he will take care of us instructors, hotels, transportation, food, and bounces into the field and jumped between hneini accommodation equipment (and tea and mattresses)

What is the difference between our trip for an Israeli travel agency?
Israeli companies use the same Jordanian agent. I'm not a qualified guide and so my knowledge is limited (can't remember the difference between the r?ppell's Agama Agama). We work with local communities and therefore cheaper than tours trip but requires every participant a larger responsibility.
Personally, I don't like to get to trot eyes border at 6 a.m. after exhausting overnight and all day Sunday completely enveloped I also came to Jordan to see the culture and the people and not just rocks. That's why this trip takes time to reach and return from Jordan. We're staying two nights in Petra to feel the atmosphere of the place rather than trying to push a minimum Max talk days. Accordingly, if you wish to extend your trip (diving in Aqaba on Yom Kippur) or stay longer in Jordan you can see us easily at night (or to stay and continue to travel in the Kingdom after last night)

Who designed the trip
The trip is designed for travellers who like to be in space and can go about 15 miles a day even in relatively harsh conditions of ups and downs, waterfalls, rocks and canyons. It's not going to be ripping trip but definitely go places relatively much less. If you join us, it is important to be open-minded to a friend. Not much experience and openness to receive all smiling and understanding you actually join the adventure.

How much does it cost?
The price is three hundred and fifty dollars for the services we receive from Jordanians. It includes two nights in a hotel, three nights in the desert. Food and drink all day, training equipment, skipping between the lots night, bouncing to our beginning and end of a track. Border transfers. Mattresses to stay in the field.
What else do I need to pay? Entrance to Petra (approx. 33 dinars) Israeli and Jordanian border tax, lanterns in Petra (optional about 12 Denarii), bath (if you want) health insurance (required) and personal expenses

Security, safety and personal responsibility
In the desert we travel with local companies and Bedouin guides from where we would be taken care of guests in their own territory. Get also Petra, a tourist attraction that reach approximately 6000 travellers daily. As Greece that it is important to emphasize that all members tour travel is responsible for itself and have no responsibility for either, though, so as not to run into difficulties I requires every traveller to do health insurance including rescue (I figure out which company gives each of you better contact with individually)

What to bring:
Clothing for warm days and cool nights (we travel at Elsinore. ...).
The transition can be pretty high temperature differences between day mshnyho
-Sleeping bag (tent)-space bedroom
-Shoes (sandals)
-Toiletries and bathing
-Lantern head, tavalt paper,
-We accept treats food but none Pack raisins on top of the mountain, and a glass of mulled wine by the fire.
Musical instruments, songs to Campfire tonight (the sitar or the piano but guitar in 200 shekel
From central station to Assistant)

So what else
It is important to contact me as soon as possible to ensure a place on the team.
If you are interested to come highly recommended to register a Facebook event page
Http://www.facebook.com/ecyashar?v=app_2344061033#%21/event.php?eid=141120329236302&index=1
So they know you're coming (Yes, you good people magnet.)

More details and questions
Ezra Cohen-straight
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#29 Posted : Thursday, September 9, 2010 10:21:32 PM(UTC)
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Hey

What s cost?

What costs?

Thanks in advance

Itzik

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#30 Posted : Friday, September 10, 2010 10:14:05 AM(UTC)
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The trip cost me roughly 500 CE.
98.5 weight fee.
The taxi's transformation to the trailhead, and the transition back, cost us 200 dinars to us all, so long as each dinar 66.
We bought food in Jordan in 8.5 in dinar.
20 dinars for a tip for the driver and the drivers start to bribery of (because basically, he wasn't allowed to pick us up right at the beginning of the move).
Plus 3 dinars on the way back to some pita bread and hummus.
I think it covered all expenses in Jordan.
Currently 1 Jordanian dinar = 5.32679061 Israeli shekels

The tiring journey from the Rabin Terminal (Aqaba) on the car company, so saving the payment for the gas there.
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#31 Posted : Friday, September 10, 2010 2:32:15 PM(UTC)
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What concerns the Jordanian police?
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#32 Posted : Sunday, September 12, 2010 9:45:23 AM(UTC)
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The track itself is, and I think it is forbidden to travel without a guide, and/or sleep in it. Or something like that.
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#33 Posted : Monday, September 13, 2010 2:14:09 PM(UTC)
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Sounds nice.

Next time take a.

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#34 Posted : Monday, October 10, 2011 7:44:26 AM(UTC)
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Friends and I leave for Jordan, there are so many testimonials about sinking. Can we please recommendation on foot (course will transfer around on buses or taxi every time) I am looking for a route packed with amazing views of Jordan that I keep hearing about them) Happy to help because I want to leave in the coming days. Thank you!!!!

I publish soon a month to Georgia and Armenia. Very detailed itinerary
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#35 Posted : Monday, October 10, 2011 1:12:49 PM(UTC)
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Hey,

I had the honor and pleasure to do a track with wadis tibia single-trip where we were (including Shin) in Wadi torch (pronounced fed) and found in the Wadi that amazing waterfall after waterfall, pond after pond. It says in the book that he wrote to Moab and malls. If you don't give up climbing with him. This is my recommendation.
Beyond that-I don't have but sighed. I wish I could join her.
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#36 Posted : Monday, October 10, 2011 1:35:57 PM(UTC)
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Thanks for the recommendation, we've increased the number of our days 12. Could you do me a big what do you recommend we do track from North to South. What do you think will make it this time. I love hiking and backpacking beautiful day trips, but if there is then no problem. I just want to see the beautiful Jordan. The landscapes and beautiful experiences of Jordan at this time. I'd be happy to help.
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#37 Posted : Monday, October 10, 2011 4:35:41 PM(UTC)
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Very important to worry about insurance coverage, a sprained foot, streambed and couldn't escape and went with dislocation complicated and difficult situation. Jordanian lender wasn't equipped for rescue and didn't know what to do.
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#38 Posted : Tuesday, October 11, 2011 5:59:08 PM(UTC)
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If I drop names of places that you really love and a few days and maybe some information on costs, so the archive. We have the same 12 so I would love to help with construction. Deal already Wadi zered. We were told that ... If amazing not to.
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#39 Posted : Tuesday, October 11, 2011 6:59:20 PM(UTC)
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Wadi. Until a couple of days. According to the topography of the mountains of Edom and Moab is difficult to assemble a continuous course of 12 days. You will need to jump every time another track.

There is a guidebook on Jordan Tours search.

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#40 Posted : Saturday, October 29, 2011 2:35:10 PM(UTC)
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Http://maps.google.com/m...s?hl=en&vpsrc=1&ctz=-120 vps = 2 & jsv = & 373i ie = UTF8 & & oe = UTF8 msa = 0 & msid = 214974223931887429373.0004 & af53d7b3c71fa7866

I returned with a desire to come back again soon.

The amati at Wadi know very pretty but I wouldn't it.

Wadi Mayor Bacharach is amazing whether terrorists
We didn't do that and weren't allowed to bring Israel at all.
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