Amman International Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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I'm awake at 4:30 am listening to the call to prayer, it brings up all sorts of thoughts in my mind. Good ones, it's not a super loud annoying sound that I thought it would be. I lay there and picture the people around us all rising up to pray. Inspite of what may or may not happen I enjoy thinking of this and the unity it could represent. Before long everyone is up, our clocks are out of sync. Today is the shopping day so when Ala is ready we head down town by ...
... East and caters to art specifically from artists in the region. Unfortunately as I walked through the two buildings much of the art was really sad. Understandable when the artists are from the war region of Syria. I also imagine that the artists from Jordan and Lebanon could be war refugees that have since changed their status. As I left the art gallery I noticed that I was incredibly close to my hotel, so I decided to walk towards ...
... if it weren't for his white cane. His lovely wife, Jenny, was such a support for him and I was so touched to see how the two of them worked together. So admirable!
Anyway, the guide inside the church noticed Robin and led him past the roped-off area so that he could kneel down on the ancient mosaic. The guide then moved Robin's hand around to feel the various parts of the mosaic and explained what each section was. The guide was so tenderhearted and the ...
... stop in Nottingham. Shall fly home. It's only 5hrs away.
It's now 1645hrs. Thursday afternoon. The equivalent of our Friday afternoon. When everyone is closing for the weekend. We have flights to re-arrange. Pronto. Speak with the Egyptair rep in Amman by telephone to re-arrange WAMC's flight to Jo'burg. He doesn't speak English. Have to wait until they find someone in the office that speaks English and are to ring back in 5mins. It is possible to fly out ...
... a mistake. I went up again. There was not a single person in the building, and I was sure that was NOT Cliff Hostel. I was annoyed and went back down again, asking local people where the hostel was. Not many local people speak English. Eventually, a local boy took me to the hostel which was about 10 minutes on foot away from the wrong hotel.
Sadly, a series of unfortunate events had just begun………