Amman Airport Hotel
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Emirates flight out of NBO via DXB to AMM, thought that we had upgradeable tickets but for some reason was not in booking so had to slum it down the back. EK economy class really is cattle class, not impressed with the service at all or the food. Couldn't complain really as got a cheap ticket but they really need to up their game if they expect our custom in the future when we are paying full fare eish!! ...
... this done.
Wrong again, unbeknownst to us foreigners it was the first day of Eid which is the largest holiday in the Islamic calender, lasting for 5 days most shops and services were closed so no washing was being done this day instead the trusty hotel sink came into use.
Once our smalls were done and hanging about the room we headed out to a local market that we had seen on the way in the night before.
Wow, what an experience! Even with ...
There is something about long trips that build anticipation for whatever the end of the travelling might bring. Something about leaving the stress-tangled life behind as you see the tiny cars on the highway waiting in traffic jams that can't affect you now. Seeing the big fluffy clouds pass by the plane's windows then seeing something like the most beautiful sunrise you have ever seen, even though it's in the middle of the afternoon, as the sun's rays stretch out from ...
... 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.
... 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 ...