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Hamas has shut down the border crossing points between the Gaza Strip and Israel. Neither Palestinians nor international officials are allowed to enter or exit the enclave. The Israeli Erez Crossing side remains open.
The spokesman of the Hamas-run Ministry of Interior Iyad al-Buzm said in a statement, “humanitarian cases” (enjoying the medical facilities in Israeli hospitals) would be allowed to return home from Israel, but did not say if humanitarian cases would be permitted to leave the…
There are so many backpackers looking for Cheap accommodation in Kandovan, And Due to high prices at Laleh Rocky Hotel, many travelers drop kandovan from their itinerary.
Nazari Hostel (Home Stay) owned by Reza Nazari is a perfect choice for travelers looking for budget accommodation to stay at wonderful village of Kandovan.
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I am currently in Israel and going to cross to Jordan overland.
There are 3 overland borders and I've been told that there's one border where you can ask the Jordanian authorities to stamp on a separate piece of paper. Does anyone know anything about it? Which border is that?
What is the easiest way to do a day trip to Jerash from Amman? Where do you get on/off the public bus, what times does it run and what is the cost?
Many thanks for your help!
I will be travelling by myself in Jordan this coming week.
I am looking to share transport from Amman to Petra via Karak this Monday 27th March: if there is anybody interested in sharing then please let me know. This way can avoid having to catch the bus and much more convenient that public transport.
I am also looking to do some scrambling in Wadi Rum later on during 30th and/or 31st e.g. Jebel Khazali or something like that. It is quite expensive so am looking to share guide. If…