In the middle of the desert, in a relatively unknown wadi near the Dead Sea, a small creek made the canyon into a little paradise.
The wadi is surrounded by steep, red cliffs and winds up to higher grounds. It was not always easy to find the way over the high boulders and through the dense vegetation of desert grass and high reeds.
Often, the fast flowing water was cascading down into small basins, which would usually be perfect to cool down.
The way down the wadi was as beautiful as the way up.