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Yesterday I finished my first week of classes. So far they are going really well. As many of you may know, all of my classes are taught in Arabic which turns out not to be as bad as it sounds. Three days a week, I have Standard Arabic and Jordanian Arabic. Though supposedly much easier, I find Jordanian Arabic to be my most difficult class. There aren't very many rules, but it's essentially an entirely new set of vocab words. Jordanian dialect is often ...
Note: This is being posted on Nov. 22, almost a month after it was written for a number of reasons: afraid to post-date it in case I got the wrong date and ruined the surprise, too busy while I was at home, and internet issues when I returned. The internet issues also mean there will unfortunately be no photos with this post.
It's been two and a half months. I
think reality has finally hit and I can't wait to go home for a
visit. Just ...
... They brought the famous deep dish pizza and we really enjoyed it. Then we got to see Thomas Pollard for a few minutes on his way through to Ireland. These are fond memories!!
No problem with our luggage and getting through customs! woo hoo, some things you wonder about on and off for months and no problem! We got on and the plane wasn't full so Hunter and I took turns sharing a couple seats and we all slept a lot. It was night time for us anyways.
... the other. Another thing is that before children have to start acting like adults there rant very many rules. They do whatever they want and if their parents don't agree they just make a disapproving noise and go on with their business, especially for the smaller children. Yesterday night Zaina's cousin Sara knocked on the door without any warning around 6 and was warmly invited in, then she stayed well past when Zaina had left ...
... me explain further.
This means the public/mixed gender hot springs are enjoyed mostly by men (90%) and of the women that are courageous enough to enter the pools, 99% are covered from head/neck to ankle. I literally saw women walk in fully clothed in jeans and their traditional robes. One women was daring enough to wear a loose, thick t-shirt, and loose board shorts, and a baseball cap. She refused to talk to me though.