Amman Inn Hotel
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... She loves it!!!! Today I watched 2 of the instructors do their prayers during class. (this was thursday and I'm just finishing this blog and it's Sunday)
I love our little area. Every day almost we walk for fruit and vegetables, or falafals or bread. We know some of their names (not that we can remember them) and they smile and wave. On the weekend we found the butcher shop with a cafe beside it. We have gone their twice already. He speaks great English ...
... a dirty track with huge loose rocks everywhere. No life. No scenery. All they literally did was struggle down a seriously steep hill and then struggle back up it. I got the flu in the middle of this trip so I decided to take advantage of some of the free time ( and half decent hotels) and slept for most of the rest of the trip. I didn't mind though as the rest was pretty much all ancient sites and ruins. It is just not my thing so I didn't see ...
... shop yet. Following the walking tour from my Lonely Planet guide, a few wrong turns and corrected turns, I stumbled upon the amphitheatre and then found the path up to the Citadel – I really must get in better shape when I visit cities based on hills. Amman is sprawled over 19 of these and the streets downtown are a maze on their own. Though sunny and warm, a cool breeze keeps the air cool atop the hill.
The Citadel is touted as ...
... what I try, and there are no living creatures in it! AWESOME CHAWSOME as I like to say. One of the best parts was floating vertically ram rod straight in the water. This is what astronauts must feel like when they start experiencing the wonder of feeling the unnatural effects of space.
Water before = Jordan River Baptismal Site
So we watched. But we didn't step into.
We watched crowds dip again and again into the water ...
... some bread, it got all bloody. I did not know why. That is when I saw it. I shouted, "I lost my tooth!" That was the first time I lost my tooth. Then I went to the third tent. I played soccer with three kids, but after some time I started to hate them, because they were teasing my sister. They also had a lot of buggers.
Back at the eco-lodge, at night we went up to the roof and saw Jupiter and Jupiter's moons, and I saw craters on the ...