It was like entering a time capsule, bringing us back to those days when people lived in caves and roamed the deserts . The caves looked well-preserved but not accessible to tourists (that probably why they have been preserved).. And the monastery, it was so intriguing. We were not able to enter it and that heightened the mystery of it. We could only imagine how life inside was. Maybe those inside were also viewing us. I hope we did not disturb them.
The view was breathtaking. It was just our second day in the Middle East so it was our first time to see a desert. We took lots of photos of the desert, only to see more deserts in the following days on our way to Masada and the Dead Sea, Eilat and Petra.
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