Pictures from my
May 6, 2005.
This is a tomb much like the Khazneh that I got to see on our first
It was later cleared and made into a monastery.
It was then abandoned and lived in by the Bedouin.
When the British saw the building they made everyone leave and its been
protected from that time.
These are pictures from the inside compartment. You can see the altar
in the back ground.
This is sort of how the hike began.
There were plenty of interesting sights on the way up to the monastery.
This is where our Bedouin family lived before they were forced to move
to Uhm Sihun.
After we saw the monastery, it wasn't to far to a look out point of the
The sight was breathtaking and sort of reminded me of Eagle's Nest.
thanks to Heike Buhler & Jennie Kitchens.