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Jeanvas stayed here on May 9, 2014 during their trip titled: Holy Land Trip.
... to come from everywhere, and we have seen intersections where everyone is tooting, but no one can move without one car backing up. Fascinating.
On the open road it is also fascinating. The left lane (remember we're driving on the right hand side of the road) is usually in better condition, as the trucks (and there seem to be lots of them) use the inside lane rather than the (fast lane). If you're coming up in the fast lane and there is a car or ...
... on that kind of thing than wandering around a museum. I liked that you could actually go exploring, rather than have to stand behind a rope and look. In fact, there were only two negatives. The first was the ridiculous price of water inside the complex. The second was the sunburn, though that's totally my fault. The sun wasn't all that hot until late afternoon, by which time I was fairly ignorant of the effect. I now have a severe tshirt tanline going on. ...
... 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 ...
It is day 100 since I arrived in Jordan that first night on Aug. 15.
That evening I saw camels for the first time while watching the Middle Eastern sun set as we drove from the airport to our home for the next ten months. Since then I have seen a few more camels and watched countless sunsets both from my bedroom window and from the roof. I've also seen the sun rise, and in between the two is my beloved “Aladdin sky,” ...