Amman Palace Hotel
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I question myself every day - why didn't I bring my Birkenstocks??? My feet are killing me, especially after all the walking I did today. I met up with my Jordanian friends Rama and Nadeen at City Mall and shopped from 11:30-1 there, then went to Mecca Mall for an hour and a half. I only got one pair of pants, look at me save my money!
When we were finished shopping I headed over to Rainbow Street to study. We decided to change it up today and go ...
... it was easier to have conversations like this because they were never forcing their religion on me. They never implied that their belief was the end all be all, rather they were acknowledging every person’s right to choose their higher power. I have never been part of such in depth conversations about religion where everyone remained calm, open minded, and understanding. I think it is why I learned the most from them. They taught ...
... stand up.
We then got google maps into action, to find our way to our
next port of call, Evason Ma'in Hot Springs. All went well until we neared the town of
Tafilah, when we "drove off the road", and it didn't matter which
exit we chose off the roundabout, our little blue dot was going in the wrong
direction. We stopped and asked a man outside a house, but that was hopeless,
as he had no idea what Emma was asking about.
... approximately 45 minutes, until the authorities released her. After that small mishap, we met Neil, our driver and exited the airport; I knew in that moment I was going to love the country. I try to keep it all positive on the blog, but there are some things about Jordan I cannot stand. 1. Everything, I mean everything, everything, is beige. The ground. The buildings. The sky when the forecast is sand storm. Everything. 2. People on the street hate themselves and the world. Jordanians have ...
... On a whim, I wandered into one of these cafes, ordered another Turkish coffee (addicted) and shisha (also addicted), and spent another hour reading to the sound of the evening prayers. All in all I think that's a pretty successful day. I definitely want to go back and check out Rainbow Street more thoroughly.
I did get a few pangs of loneliness today, as expected right after getting off a tour. I do miss people, one in particular. It's slightly ...