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... We ordered one of everything on the menu, and it was all delicious or as they saying Jordan, zakia. There was regular hummus, hummus with feta, a bean dip, bread (of course), falafel, falafel with onion, tomatoes, and onions. We had all of this and more for only 11 JD. Finally something affordable in Jordan! Afterwards we went to Habiba, which is famous for their kanafeh. Kanafeh is a middle-eastern dessert made with cheese. There is a great variety ...
... br> would do.
It's been a time of discovery too. I
thought I would be working with students more directly but I ended up
working in the external relations department of a
not-for-profit international private school. I've written press
releases (one for a princess), copy-edited handbooks, published the bi-weekly newsletter,
and a number of other things. I am also working with students on a
garden to help supply ...
... no, it's time for grocery shopping. The City Mall is a 15 min walk away, BUT it has a few lanes of traffic that you cross and it's not for the slow or faint of heart. It makes Vietnam look easy. It includes a merge, a round about and a uturn lane all coming towards you. "Don't hesitate when you start walking" is the advice we get. Hesitate?!?!?! we have been here one day and we are taking our lives in our hands. Don't worry we are becoming pros at risking our lives in ...
... we had found nothing, probably because we stopped at every store, even no clothing shops, and mama Rana and her sister continuously disagreed on every piece of clothing the girls tried on. I experienced my first Jordanian catcall, redheads tend to tips rand out in the Middle East, and mama Rana still held my hand as we crossed the street. Her sister held her sons hand and the 7, 11 and 12 year old girls just wandered whoever they wanted. Something I noticed while walking the streets is ...
Known as the "Pompeii of Asia", the ruins of the Roman city at Jerash are the most intact I've seen anywhere so far. Butting up against the edge of the modern day city, the site includes a forum, 2 amphitheatres, an obvious "Cardo Maxiums" (main north/south artery) with perfectly aligned columns, temples to Zeus and Artemis, a cathedral and a Nymphaeum (fountain), among other structures, mostly from around the 1st century AD. It wasn't much of a stretch ...