Since deciding that growing up and getting a proper job was highly overrated at the tender age of 18, New Zealander Jessica Lee has travelled extensively in Asia, Africa and Latin America. A small obsession with houmous and a large obsession with nomadic people led her to the Middle East in 2004 where she fell in love with the Arabic language and the incredible hospitality of the people. She has lived there full-time since 2007, working as a tour leader as well as a writer. When not on the overland trail between Cairo and Istanbul, she can usually be found among the fairy chimneys of central Anatolia where she is attempting to renovate a cave-house.
Jordan Handbookby Jessica Lee
Small, unassuming and often overlooked, Jordan is a country brimming with historic attractions and natural beauty. Written by a regional expert, Footprint’s new guide includes detailed coverage of Jordan’s history, culture and archaeology with plans and details of all the major sites, as well as those off the beaten track. This guidebook also offers advice on how to make the most of the stunning scenery, including the best places for camel safaris, diving and snorkelling, rock climbing and archaeological digs. With comprehensive listings on where to sleep and eat for all budgets and detailed maps to help you get around, Footprint’s Jordan Handbook will help ensure travelers enjoythe very best experiences.
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