Petra is indeed impressive irrespective of the tourists - especially the first sight of the Treasury through the canyon crack.
We met up with the kiwi lady from Appleby, Marguerite van Geldermelsen of "I married a Bedouin" fame. She had a small stall at Petra selling bedouin work. She used to live in the nearby caves.
In the top left (below) I drew the guy leading my horse. "Horse Sketching". However when I tried sketching on my camel I was defeated. They are not called the ships of the desert for nothing. What a sway. So I can't add "Camel Sketching" to my CV
Shrak - Bedouin bread making.
Border crossing. Note the Hashemite kingdom's family tree above the passport queues