Amman International Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
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... down stairs for breakfast which consisted of flat bread, spreads and eggs.
Whilst eating breakfast we also met some of the other people that would be on our tour, one of which it turned out had a few mutual friends with us back in Wellington and also from our Croatia sailing tour.
Our new tour mates were off to explore some of the city sights but in desperate need of some essentials and having not done our washing in a month we declined to join them instead ...
... Jordan. They are a polite, well educated people, and English is their second language so communication is possible with almost anybody. Whilst the King holds a great deal of practical power, and it's not really a democracy as we would know it, the King exercises his power well, and for the good of the people, and he is almost universally revered. His portrait is everywhere. It means that the country is stable, and attracts foreign investment. Food, ...
... cave, and didn't quite know what to do with them, so they passed them around a bit, and split them up to various buyers for a few dollars, until they realised that they were valuable. Then they wouldn't tell anybody where they found them, so expedition teams and the Bedouin engaged in a race to hunt for things that the Bedouin had originally missed, and between them they found several more caves.
Now, at the time, this was all in Jordan, but in ...
... line dancing, which Rami explained was a traditional Jordan dance. It looked complicated but also like a lot of fun.
By now, a bottle of vodka had appeared on the table and I remembered Rami asking my about my drinking habits a few days before. So that's what he'd been up to! Drinking vodka in the desert, why not? The four of us got in the car and drove a short while around the hill to a spot where no more artificial lights could reached and gazed at ...
... environment and my struggles with Arabic. While success in a language is important for my major, I realized that, in reality, it is only a step toward what I feel is my path in life. I am certain now that I am in the right place, going in the right direction, and while every day presents new challenges, the lessons that I have learned thus far are unending. I know now that there are so many more lessons to be learned, and hopefully some to teach, with amazing children ...