Jebel Haroun, Jordan – Aaron on the side of caution

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Rate our ReviewsJebel Haroun, Jordan……When you get to Petra you will inevitably glimpse a small white dome peeking above a peak on the horizon.  Tripping over intrigues is part of travel’s appeal and the chase was on.  Pursuing this eggshell would lead to an astonishing ascent, both for the history is revealed and the journey […]

Wadi Rum, Jordan –deserts & camel trekking?

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Rate our ReviewsWadi Rum, Jordan…. There is an overwhelming amount of things to know, and it is largely circumstance whether you have stumbled across one fact or another.  Fortunately, travel is a remarkable avenue for plugging gaps where missing knowledge is relevant and/or astounding.  All you need is a dose of inspiration from an enticing […]

Shaq Ar-Resh Wadi, Dana, Jordan – Wise cracks and young people

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Rate our Reviews Shaq Ar-Resh, Dana Jordan….In the first Suja piece on Dana I introduced the Royal Society for the Conservation of Nature (RSCN), a unique volunteer organization charged with protecting Jordan’s natural resources.  At the time of my visit, I considered RSCN a two-edged sword: the group pursues an admirable mission, but as an avid […]

Karak, Jordan – Castle in the Sky Of Modern and Ancient Cultures

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Rate our ReviewsI had long been enamored by Petra and was thrilled after finally arranging a rendezvous in Jordan with a buddy (living in Dubai) to visit this gem.  Of course the beauty of travel is how it changes Pandora’s Box into a box of chocolates – no demons spill out when you pry open […]

Petra, Jordan, By Night and I Fell In Love at First Sight

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Rate our ReviewsPetra… In the office we remember, quite vividly our first story by Vance Stephenson. Vance had agreed to write for Suja Travel and in May 2015 he submitted his first story. He exploded on our pages with a tale about Petra, Jordon that made “ Raiders of the Lost Ark” suffer in comparison.