The amphitheatre in Jerash, Jordan has regular bagpipe performances. Here, a couple of girls decided to make the most out of it!
The ancient Roman city of Jerash in Jordan is still in the midst of being reconstructed, and while one can see pillars like these dotting the landscape, the amazing part is that only 20% of the city has been excavated, with the rest still waiting to be discovered.
The impressive columns at the Oval Precinct in Jerash, which is often referred to as the "Forum". Jerash was part of the Decapolis League of Rome and while excavation works still continue, this is easily one of the best preserved Roman ruins in existence.
The rocks in Petra are naturally streaked with an array of colours, such as these.
Not much can be done to stop the march of progress. A modern day Bedouin serving us tea in Wadi Rum, Jordan
The ancient city of Jerash is still being excavated and restored. Pillars like these, which are typical of any Roman city, are scattered along the landscape.
April is a beautiful time to visit Jordan, as there are plenty of clear blue skies and white clouds, like what I saw on this day.
Hadrian's Gate, Jerash
The triumphal arch (or Arch of Hadrian), which was built to celebrate the visit of Emperor Trajan. It is still in the midst of being restored to its original glory.
A rocky time
Unlike the Saharan and sub Saharan deserts, the landscape of Wadi Rum in Jordan is dotted with magnificent rock outcrops, such as this one.
The Promised Land
... and more! The view from the top of Mount Nebo in Jordan, showing a great vantage point of areas both religiously and politically significant.
A natural rock formation in the desert of Wadi Rum, Jordan