Amman Inn Hotel
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... for and so many people to thank. I want to to thank my family back home who supports me in all I do, especially my mom who without her this wouldn't be possible. I want to thank the family I made here who welcomed me, a stranger into their midst with all the care and support one needs, I want to thank my roommate Adam who has been the best partner in crime a guy can ask for, all my friends on this tripe that has made this the truly special time it was, the staff here who ...
... echo's through the valley. I found the sound really enchanting and powerful as it echoed through the valley and looking out over Amman I felt I was in a pretty special place. Jordan has a real intensity with thousands of years of history and a lot of bloodshed makes it a very compelling place. The history is fascinating and Jordan is sandwiched between so many countries that continue to have problems. No more so than Syria and we decided on my first day to head north ...
... We also visited the shrine dedicated to the beheading of John the Baptist. A wonderful church filled with hidden nooks and crannies . We ate Mezze for lunch and took the car to Mount Nebo, a sacred site where Mozes died. As Marloes said, "it doesn't matter whether you are religious or not , it is amazing to walk in a place that is mentioned in a 2000-year old book that has had an influence on millions of people all over the world". True ...
... all are whitish. SMOKING - OMG did we choose the wrong countries to visit after just giving up the cigarettes! This is non-smokers hell! Smoking in cabs, in shops, in restaurants. Many hotel rooms smelled of smoke and had ashtrays in them. Smoking allowed everywhere! People smoke shisha in coffee shops to relax. Very few people drink so I guess this is their way of socialising. Mostly men though. Very few women smoke in public. Occasionally you will see a woman smoke ...
... cheese. A nice little snack before we headed home.
Getting home was easy - I knew we would be able to get a taxi from the outside of the mall (make sure the meter is on!!!!). The only test would be if the driver knew where Pharmacy Jounia is, which is near to Emma's appartment. I had a photo on my phone, so I asked, and showed the driver the photo just to make sure. We duly arrived at the pharmacy, on the other side of the street, ...