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Jordan was a very special trip for us being that it was our first country of the Middle East (excluding the very westernized Turkey). Amman, Jordan's capital, is called the "White City" because of its many houses built from characteristic stone materials and whitewashed facades.
While in Amman we visited the Citadel with its wonderful …
... What really upset me was when people who I respected and admired as intelligent worldly individuals made ignorant assumptions about a culture they knew nothing about, but considered inferior. Most Americans only know this culture and these people through the media stories about extremist conservative groups, are led to believe that all Muslim countries and governments are oppressive to women and extremely conservative. But ...
History records that there was a huge Earthquake in 749 AD and it appears, like many of the ancient cities in the region, that Jerash was left in ruins. That is not to say the Romans did not consider Earthquakes at the time, the region has a lot of seismic activity and the Romans were well aware of this and did take steps to try and prevent the damage caused by quakes. They built their columns and lintels in such a way that there was movement within the ...
... bed checking her phone. British Airways had sent an email at half past midnight explaining that as the inbound plane did not land until midnight due to an earlier disruption delaying take off from London Heathrow our flight home would be delayed. As the crew will be taking the aircraft back today, they apparently need a minimum of 10 hours rest and for this reason, our plane would be rescheduled to depart at 2:10pm. This is not good as the delay means we will miss our connection ...
... us of Olly, really chilled,
but very knowledgeable. The second day, when it was snowing, he had on a wide
knitted headband, really hippy style, and we did ask where we could get one, we
could so see Olly in one, but a friend had made it for him - out of bits of his
carpet wool! We did meet another carpet man, who told us how wonderful he
was, but he just didn't ring true.
I loved the Grand Bazaar in
Istanbul. I would have liked to ...