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I know that I'm all over the place with this blog, but I wanted to write quickly about my day yesterday. I just want to start by saying, I LOVE Jordan. Yes, it has its less than glamorous quirks, but the good by far outweighs the bad. I thought by this point I would be dying to go home, but I actually feel quite opposite, I wish I had more time here. I never thought I'd say this, but I could definitely see myself moving here after graduation. Maybe I was recently inspired, ...
... much larger animals - much
further to fall off. Anyway, after she
had selected the "prettiest camels" up we got. I seemed to manage the getting on reasonably
easily and also the getting off. Whether
it's practice, or perhaps the animals moved more smoothly? She took photos, so then we were free to move
She had wanted to go to the Monastery, but really had no
idea where it was. She thought it was the high part overlooking ...
... who found the right people. I was able to "freshen up" in the ladies toilets by the pool - no such luck for Ron. The mens "toilets" were just that, but the ladies was quite different - I was hard pressed to find the loos! There were lockers, day beds, a spa, a deep plunge pool, massage tables, toothbrushes (which I availed myself of, and took one for Ron), razors, combs, etc. Obviously all laid on for the ladies who "can't go in the ...
... force that monitors other women, often brutally punishing
others for not properly following their laws, some of which that can be as
ridiculous as not wearing all black shoes.
Next week, well actually this Saturday, I’ll be leaving for
my rural retreat (as long as there isn’t snow). We’ll be travelling to Jerash,
Petra, and Wadi Rum. I am so excited for some outdoor ...
... was very lovely as she was just making her lunch when we descended upon her to do the hair of complete strangers. She opened her salon especially since Friday is a holiday in Muslim lands like Sunday is in the UK. She soon set about washing and blow drying both our hair. It was great to talk women's talk and laugh about how unreasonable men are. An hour later we emerged with lovely straightened hair and walked up to her house ...