Two hundred and nine kilometres south of Amman, lies Wadi Rum, a stunning desert landscape described by Lawrence of Arabia as “vast, echoing and God-like.” Sandstone and granite mountains jut from open valleys and the wide-open spaces reveal a quiet, peaceful, thought-provoking aura.

I was touring Jordan and the itinerary included an overnight tented stay in this magical place and a full day open-truck ride, far into the remarkable landscape where Lawrence of Arabia had his base and wrote his Seven Pillars of Wisdom…



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