Amman Airport Hotel
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... I walked up to Rainbow street at sat at a cafe. I ordered a peach shisha and a fatoush salad. I started reading the book Catherine left me then I started writing again. Writing my thoughts and not the events of a touristy day. Thank you, universe. I eventually left the cafe and took a taxi to the modern art gallery. I miss looking at art, and thought this would give me a bit of modern culture. The Jordan gallery is one of the largest in ...
... and fortress for millennia, dating back 7,000 years according to some estimates. The most impressive site up there was the great temple of Hercules. The immense size of the pillars was incredible. After enjoying some sheesha, tea with mint and more of the Jordanian hospitality at a local sheesha and coffee shop overlooking one of the downtown streets, we retreated to the Cliff Hostel, to get a good night sleep, ahead of our last day in ...
... the rivers that drain into the Dead Sea. And yup, articles like this one support that claim: http://www.haaretz.com/opinion/.premium -1.538447.
I had that **** (literally) on my face - Ewwwwwwww! I can only hope that the high salt and mineral content of the sea acts as some sort of natural purifying treatment. Yes, let's go with that.
So today was the day I finally got to crack out my most expensive item of clothing ever bought! A week or so before jetting off to Jordan, I decided that if I were to meet royalty, I should really arrive in style, resulting in me spending a good £100 on a fancy Tommy Hilfiger jacket! As this was our first proper day to ourselves, Seb and I went for a wander around the markets in downtown Amman. This is where I really felt at home in the country, haggling ...
... and in reality it is so heavily drained for irrigation, you can literally jump across it at many points.
At one point while driving, Anna's phone beeped. I asked her what it was, and she nonchalantly replied, "I just got a text from grandma." I incredulously confirmed the information. We have Sprint, and our phones -- CDMA -- do not work overseas. I had forgotten, however, that Israel is one of the ...