Amman Palace Hotel
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... even a sunken ship, followed by relaxing on deck loving the feel of being on a boat was the best end of that week. Upon returning back to Amman it returned to business as usual. It was still in the depths of the month of Ramadan so not a lot happened. I enjoyed my time mostly going to cafes talking with people and strolling around the city. There is much to experience in this town, it's fascinating to see the little quirks to life from the simple things of talking over ...
... a scruffy state I could hardly blame them. I wouldn't let you in either pal!
On the flight from Oman to Amman I had another moment where I realised I had a lot to be thankful for. I sat next to a chap from Yemen, who told me him, his wife and four daughters were all seeking asylum in Jordan as Yemen, like many countries in the region, has a lot of tension between the North and the South. He was from South Yemen, which is a bit of a hotspot at the ...
... finally appeared after 20 minutes waiting!!!
We rushed through the ‘Nothing to Declare’ channel before entering the arrivals hall to a few hundred waiting friends and relatives (not ours, by the way!) who were gathered behind a barrier giving those arriving a little breathing space when making their grand entrance. I’m sure most of you know what I mean. In these circumstances I always look around even though I’m not expecting anyone to be ...
... front of you, you just flash your lights, and the vehicle moves out of your way. Very courteous.
The road conditions are atrocious. There are deep holes which just pop up unannounced, and speed bumps which do the same. Some of them are signposted, others not. Road works have no signage, and the workers wear no safety hear. You would definitely not drive a car here with low profile tyres - my car wouldn't have survived our trip to Aqaba and back!
... and met Marty,the principal again. Everyone was very welcoming, but it was a bit like being an animal at the zoo. The school is very impressive.
The kids had a maths class until 9. As they are only year 2, it wasn't too taxing, as Ron and I went around helping the kids while Emma and her teaching assistant, Khaleda, organised things ready for the trip. Then came the word that the trip had been cancelled as it was considered ...