While recording several trails in Petra in Jordan, Chris and Gregory stumbled upon a nice collection of knickknacks. . . and then, things went wrong - again. You break it, you buy it - even if you think you're looking at booby-traps.
While discovering a trail in Rahma, a sandstorm accompanied Greg and Chris when they were walking towards the car. To protect the camera from sand dust, "they" allegedly used a hiking sock to cover the lens. Hence, the following conversation took place:
A Bedouin mountain climber is on the top of the Monastery in Petra, Jordan and nearly falls 50 meters while Chris and Greg are watching from a safe distance. All ends well.
Chris (left) and Gregory (right) at Wadi Bin Hammad after getting lost for hours, even though all traffic signs were pointing them in the right direction. They drove for more than 4 hours for what should have taken only one and a half - courtesy of a wrong waypoint that directed them to the wrong canyon - so much for GPS technology.
Chris' egg is looking a bit sad? Why would you put an egg in your pocket to start with?
While exploring a trail (not included in the book), Chris and Greg are kindly requested to pack up and leave, but only after drinking tea with the Bedouins.
Chris is exploring the Rahma trail in Jordan. Things get out of hand but everything ends well. If he just would have stayed on the trail ....
While ascending a large sand dune in Wadi Rum, Chris and Greg reflect on their journey producing the Hiking in Jordan book.