Kiwi Bedouin's life in the desert
Jordan is a country of incredible diversity. In just a few days you can live the life of a Bedouin in Wadi Rum, explore some of the earliest Jewish, Christian and Muslim history, float on the Dead Sea and swim in the Red Sea.
But what really makes Jordan special is the hospitality and openness of its people.
Raami Manaja, born to a Bedouin father and New Zealand mother, spent his first years in a cave, went to high school in New Zealand, studied electrical engineering in Australia and finally returned to the ancient Nabatean city of Petra.
Saleh Mosa has spent his life in the desert of Wadi Rum. The son of a Bedouin camel trader, he now guides tourists through the lands of his ancestors, giving them a taste of life as a Bedouin.
In the video, left, Raami and Saleh share their thoughts on being Bedouin in Jordan.
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