Amman Inn Hotel
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... Too heavy to carry you know!
Liezl took us for lunch to the Jordans famous falafal shop. First we are served a salad type dish of tomatoes, mint leaves and an onion cut in half, YUM. Hummus with olive oil poured over it is great! We did feel like we were a walking exhibit half the time. Lots of people stare at us but you get so you can just ignore them. Where we live is north of down town in an area where ...
... on a stick. The people here don't ask to have their picture taken but are willing candidates if you ask them.
Ironically here someone asks me to be part of a YouTube video on a very serious issue. I want to help them out but I decline because their English is broken and I don't understand exactly what they are asking and am not well-acquainted with the issue I think they are talking about.
... religion are more mixed than in other countries and it is harder to differentiate between the two. When questioned about western culture she said that it is their choice and she respects their culture and she hopes they will respect hers.
She told us that people will judge someone who doesn't wear the hijab but that it wouldn't count if they hadn't made the choice to wear it. The hijab is between a woman and god and only god is aloud to judge ...
... It gave me a glimpse into the dichotomous existence that females are accustomed to in Jordan.
Water below/beside/behind = Dead Sea
Wow! Probably the funnest swimming experience I've had in a long time! Some context would help. I'm not a strong swimmer. And I don't like deep water because my imagination runs wild and I always think about creatures that might come up and touch me.
BUT, the Dead Sea makes me float ...
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Yours affectionately Cambodia,
A Former Expat Aid Worker