Abjar Hotel Amman
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Today we drive back to the airport and fly back to Doha. Our driver in Jordan, Fathi, who became out friend reminded us that we would see the Red Sea, The Dead Sea and the Mediterranean. Well we did, and we saw a lot more. We saw the Jordan River ...
... it's Muslim castle - undeafeated by the crusaders. We loved it and spent 2h exploring every corner of it. From the top we could see Israel, Palestine and ... Syria (yay - not). We then turned around drove 2h south, past Amman to the town of Madaba, famous for its mosaics.
We got there at the end of the afternoon and only had time to visit the church of John the Baptist ...
... roommate's name is Shayne and she's from Georgia. She studies in Malibu and has an Australian Shepard who she loves. She's in a class above me, so between the two of us most taxi drivers can get us where we need to go.
Our host family is great! One son is a senior in college and the other is a senior in high school. The mom and dad both work, but I don't know where. ...
... off again. After washing it off in the sea, we went on a wee walk along the sea edge - Ron by this time had retired to the pool. Emma found a big lump of salt, which I will try to bring back, and then started flaking bits off the rocks and rubbing them on my arms - that stung!
By then we had had enough, so went in search of our loungers - we figured if someone had stolen them, Ron would have been back down, and sure enough, there he was on the ...
... But there were genuine welcomes from my co-workers, a note on
my desk welcoming me back, many stops as I walked down the school
hall of people asking where I'd been or how my trip was. It was like
coming home to a family. The following week one of the ex-pats had us
over for a roast beef dinner. That felt like home too.
The more you travel, the more places
you live in or visit, the more difficult it becomes to define ...