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... his legs are stronger, he
jumps on the counters and the table, even though they are off-limits.
He seems to have three reasons for pushing the rules – the first is
just to see how far he can push them, secondly, he gets so involved
in mischief he has no memory of the rules, and thirdly, he just wants
to see and be part of everything. Since human activities like
chopping carrots and eating dinner take place above his eye ...
... have dinner at a restaurant Eddie suggested. They served a HUGE amount of food. We didn't realise it was going to be a almost buffet style we were under the impression that we just picked from 3 different dishes what we wanted. The pile of rice they brought out could have fed a family for a week and on top of that they dips and two other dishes as well. After being well and truly stuffed we headed back to the hotel and to bed. We spent the next day walking around the ...
... have no clue where we are going. No one at home thinks this drama makes for a good vacation, and we aren't convinced it does, either. Where was it written that epic 40th birthday trips should be so fraught with drama? Five years ago, on our epic Silk Road trip to celebrate Michael's 40th, we awoke a few days before departure to hear that the city of Urumqi, in western China, had been the site of a massive bloody uprising and civil unrest between ...
... a drink and a chat. She is alone a lot as her husband works in Saudi Arabia where she was with hi until recently. She is a very lovely lady and we thank her very much for making us feel so special. We drove back to Amman and returned to our hotel for a well deserved rest. We fly home tomorrow and have all loved Jordan both for the wonderful sites and also because of the friendliness of the people who seem genuinely pleased to see ...
... us to the Jordanian passport control where we meet our new tour guide, who collects all our passports and gets us all in under one manifest so we don't have to pay for a visa. Off to find our new tour bus which, while it was new to us, was probably built in the 60s. It looked like a VW van, only painted dirty white and pink. A new driver, we meet the English tour companions and off we go. Not the smooth ride we had previously been enjoying ...