Religion can never bind your travel experience, and this trip to Jordon and Israel just seemed to prove this simple fact. What started with a mere fascination of my childhood as an Indiana Jones fan, with the city of Petra, to my mother's stonge believes in religion and faith and a long-standing plan to the Holy Land of Jerusalem; finally all of this culminated into the best historical and memorable experience.
Our travels spotted the maps of Jordon and Israel to cover the major tourist spots in the famous city of Amman, to the ruins in nature's magnificence in Petra, to visiting the gems in the Gulf of Aqaba; and further on, in Israel came the holy lands of Jerusalem and Nazareth. While we couldn't get enough of the mouth-watering authentic Middle Eastern cuisine; we couldn't resist going back to the places that stood the passage of time. The beauty of each metamorphosised rock spoke of its history over the passage of time. And while most of the tourists around us had more of a religious-cultural inclination towards their visits, for me the meaning of these travels stood far beyond religious beliefs. They stood for something more spiritual and meaningful, something beyond human imagination and beyond the faith of a godly idol, and definitely beyond just one visit in a lifetime!