King Abudullah Mosque known as the Blue Mosque is a different story.
You can hire an abaya (black robe) to enter the mosque and gaze at its blue design.
Don’t forget to try Knafeh, a traditional sweet made of cheese and sugary syrup and the cardamon coffee.
If holy sites are more your thing, Jordan is bursting with them.
Go off the beaten track and you’ll encounter restaurants with separate areas for women to eat as well as a separation on public transport. Yes if you dress modestly and respect the culture, this mystical country is an experience that you won't forget.
Nestled in-between the war torn countries of Syria and Iraq, Jordan is the last neutral Arab state and solo travel in Jordan can be challenging but it is a fascinating country to explore.
Entry here isn’t cheap (50 JD for 1 day or 55 JD for 2 days) but the proceeds are given to the Queen Eilah humanitarian fund and the local Bedouins. Red creamy dunes, basalt and sand stone mountains make Wadi Rum a truly magical destination and the definition of pure peace.
Grasshopper True Zero Turn™ mowers give you the highest quality cut available, and keep you on schedule with a nationwide dealer network for convenient service and parts availability.Its main attraction is Petra, the ‘Red Rose’ city which attracts hoards of visitors each year and is worth the flight alone.The year 2012 saw the 2000th year of rediscovery of this magical site that belonged to the Nabataean civilisation.It is a place of timeless beauty with a kaleidoscope of colours and royal tombs.The Treasury itself is enough to leave you breathless before climbing the 800 steps to the Monastery that stands 50 metres tall.