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... dressed as captain jack sparrow, that made it feel like a Disney land without the fun rides. However the day out in wadi rum made all the difference. We spent the whole day exploring the vast open desert with its amazing sandstone mountains that dotted it. We spent many hours in the back of an open jeep just driving around. I often on our stops broke away from the group to explore fascinating cliffs and caves which fueled my thirst for adventure. The evening there ...
... the Embassy issued me I thought 'This should be good for a laugh'. It consisted of 4 pages and was a beautiful washed out beige colour, it looked totally fake and as I travelled to the Middle East with a rather overgrown dark beard I really looked a prime candidate for ISIS. With shonky document in hand and carrying a plastic bag for hand luggage, after the stolen bag, in the other, people did look at me with some bemusement, especially a young teenage boy ...
... to cost 20JD but to compensate for the lack of dollars the west are bringing with them, they have now doubled the cost of an entry visa. There are different levels of visa: tourism, transit, work. We never required a visa both times we visited Aqaba as we were not either transiting or staying at least 1 night in Jordan.
On arriving at the luggage carousel, there were already many unclaimed bags and cases riding around. We waited. Many cases of all shapes, sizes and ...
... return the car (they came and collected it), do the washing and start packing for the trip to Turkey. We cut up the pomello, and tried that. I haven't seen them in NZ, but we did have them in a salad with sweetcorn here, which was delicious. It certainly gives an interesting texture, and would be fun to use if we could get them.
My thoughts on driving in Jordan. In the built up areas, the traffic is chaotic. When you get to an intersection, cars ...
... is a lot lighter at that time.
We arrived at school - in theory we were supposed to hand our passports over to security in return for a visitor's pass, which we would then swap back at the end of the day. However, as we were going on a school trip to visit the mosaics at Madaba, we needed to take our passports in case the bus was stopped, so they were returned to us. Once we were inside, we were taken on a quick tour of the ...