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  • Arabian Nights in Jordan: Day 2!

    ananya lodha
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  • Dead Sea Road
    Dead Sea Road
    We woke up early and left for the Dead Sea in a cab provided by the hotel we were staying in. It took us around 1 hour 30 mins to reach the hotel we had booked in the Dead Sea area. 
  • Dead Sea Road
    Dead Sea Road
     We had the morning buffet breakfast there and after applying sunscreen headed out for the beach.
  • Dead Sea Road
    Dead Sea Road
    The water in the Dead Sea is extremely salty and has been estimated to be the second saltiest major body of water in the world.
  • Dead Sea Road
    Dead Sea Road
     Its name is derived from the fact that the water is far too salinated for marine inhabitation. It is the lowest point in the world at 394.6 m (1269 ft) below sea level.
  • Dead Sea Road
    Dead Sea Road
     The mud along the shore of the Dead Sea contains many minerals and is believed to have medicinal and therapeutic benefits. So we applied mud to our body and basked in sun for a while.
  • Dead Sea Road
    Dead Sea Road
    After that we decided to go for a swim in the sea, or as I should call it, afloat in the sea. Due to the hypersalination of the water, one can float with ease in the Dead Sea; in fact, it's nearly impossible to sink!
  • The Baptismal Site of Jesus Christ
    The Baptismal Site of Jesus Christ
    After some time we got out of the water and walked to the Baptism site at the Jordan River, the location archaeologists claim to be the baptism site of Jesus by John the Baptist.  
  • The Baptismal Site of Jesus Christ
    The Baptismal Site of Jesus Christ
    We took a taxi back to our hotel from there and spent rest of the afternoon in the hotel relaxing.
  • Mount Nebo
    Mount Nebo
    In evening we went to historic Mount Nebo which provided a panorama of the Holy Land, and to the north, a more limited one of the Jordan River valley.
  • Mount Nebo
    Mount Nebo
    The excavated remains of a church and a monument commemorating the biblical story of Moses and the bronze serpent stood atop the mountain.
  • Mount Nebo
    Mount Nebo
    We had an early dinner on our way back from Nebo and dozed off.

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