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unsafe area, and rightly so. Jordan, however, is different. It's the
oasis in the midst of the conflict surrounding it, a safe haven for
refugees, a land barrier keeping nations apart, the Switzerland of
the Middle East. To Jordanians it's obvious that their country is
safe, they think everyone knows, or ought to know, that Jordan isn't
part of the conflict. But whether anybody knows that is perhaps
... it out to sound like it was included there. Either way we thought it surely wouldn't be as expensive on the Israel side as it was on the Jordan side. We spent the afternoon in the air con having a bit of a nothing afternoon after all our driving. The lack of sleep I think was starting to catch up on us both. That night we met the others in the bar next door for a few drinks before heading out to grab some dinner. We met Issac, who was an American Marine currently on ...
... aside is that Raheem is 26 and after 23 a woman is considered old for marriage but she wanted to finish her university and start her career.
Janelle was telling us about one of her professors who saw his wife when they were at university and thought she was pretty. He went to check her grades and make sure she was smart then looked up her information in the student advisory. His mom called her family and they arranged a meeting. They ...
... as well. Jupiter’s Temple, the Amphitheatre, Artemis temple, and more, it’s worth exploring this ancient space. Only 25% of the ruins have been excavated, but unfortunately it’s come to an end as further excavation would require tearing down much of today’s Jerash.
We opted not to have free time here, but took a quick break with popsicles to cool down – it’s a hot one, and I gave ...
... good nights sleep, we headed out and first drove through the capital just looking at Jordanians going about their daily life, then went up to Amman Citadel, which overlooked much of the city on Amman's highest hill. Amman, much like Rome, is built over a number of hills so that from a high point it looks like the city is rolling around you! The citadel is a collection of ancient ruins, including an excavated Umayyad palace and a Roman Temple of Hercules, plus a small museum ...