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... the capital city of Amman, a compact city but still home to 2.2 million people. A bustling, hot and noisy city. I thought I had escaped the suicidal bus drivers in Sri Lanka but no, they appear to have a bit of a death wish here also and the constant loud blasting of their horns signalled that they like to bully their way through the traffic here nearly as much as Sri Lanka (well maybe a little less), taking risks.
It was extremely hot and my wee legs were feeling the burn as ...
... and had a good variety with the crispy bread and fresh bread. Much nicer than choosing just one thing.
It could have been a big night with Ahmed, Ron and Theresa moving on to Arak, a clear liquor which is made from grapes, mixed with water. It then turns white and tastes of anise - sort of like Raki or Ouzo. Yuk.
We then caught a taxi home and were in bed (after clearing it of packing) for an early night.
... Treasury. An hour later, we were at the
top of the rocks overlooking the Treasury.
I had slipped over, and Ron was worried that I would die in the
attempt. I tried to tell him that if I
felt unwell I would stop, but I felt fine.
I just took it slowly. We did get
to one point where we really had no idea which was to go - there were no signs,
and we just followed footprints in the sand.
The last 15 minutes or so really wasn't ...
... top, we went into the temple and "saw" Buddha's footprint. It was actually under a cloth and some Lotus flowers. But I'll count it as a "see." We then waited for the sunrise. This was absolutely beautiful. The colors were so vibrant across the sky and when the sun actually appeared, I was shocked. I have never seen the sun in a complete circle. It looked like it was coming out from between the mountains in distance. It was a bright orange with red lines, and below it you could see ...
... have been strongly influenced by the Egyptian view of the afterlife and various gods. Their carvings were amazing. Equally fascinating was the way they collected and fed water down to their community, taking advantage of a large watershed. They even made miles of clay pipes for this purpose. It was fun to take photos of the colorful rock, which was presumably laid down by the ...