Al-Fanar Palace Hotel
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One of my teachers Raheem is getting married on July 31 and a couple days ago we spent the first hour of class talking about marriage, culture and religion in Jordan. It was a great discussion and here's what I took away for it. First, a funny point she mentioned after much begging from us is that she has had roughly 25 suitors, but can't be sure …
1st night in Jordan so exciting! It's 7:38pm here but I can't wait to go to bed since I've been up since 6am (DC time) Wednesday! Doesn't feel likes it's been that long, it's been light most of the time or the airplane windows have been closed so I don't feel like I've been up through the night. We had buffet style Arabic food at the hotel. It was …
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... is half Spanish, from the Canary Islands, and half Jordanian, and now he is married to a German woman. He had this dream of starting outdoor sports in Jordan. This is when you're probably thinking, wait those don't exist? Well they didn't, not until Hakim came along that is.
In Jordan, there is the Jordanian rift valley. Basically, the two tectonic plates beneath Jordan have been separating for millions of years, at rate of 20cm per year. That's crazy right?! ...
... but we had made it so
far, we didn't want to give up.
The view really was worth the trek, but it was not the
Monastery, so Emma still hasn't seen that.
By the time we got out, we had done about 12 kms, and the equivalent
elevation of 43 stories. We walked from
6.30 until around10.30,when we got out.
Thank goodness we had had an early start and missed the heat of the
day. The last 1 km out in the sun was a
killer. Ron ...