Amman West Hotel
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... had left Nairobi 2 years previously. Husband having a nap, no surprise there (not that David ever naps during the day at all !!!)and am busy planning the Jordan part of our trip, Petra, Bedouin camp, Dead Sea, etc but most importantly we are out of Kenya. British club for drinks, good crowd there lets see what the halloween party brings tomorrow. Apparently every DJ just plays 80s stuff which is fine by ...
... you wonder why the Jordanian dollar is so high.
Back at the hotel we sought the advice of the front desk who told us if we wanted shopping to head to an area nearby called Jabal Hussain. Now if we thought the markets were bad this was worse, with beggars approaching you on the street and even more intense glaring and learing. Luckily though just as we were making our escape Shaylee spotted what she was after and managed to get some travel pants which for any girl in ...
... created by the clouds.
This long trip started with three hours of sleep, a two and a half hour trip to Toronto where I helped put up a jungle gym until I was picked up by a friend and taken to a Jewish restaurant to accustom my taste buds to Middle Eastern food then off to the airport. There I learned my first Arabic words, they are neatly printed on the first page of my new notebook by a Jordanian girl going to school in Toronto. New words always build ...
... go to a public beach and pay 20 JD (10 JD for locals). They have shower facilities and shops selling all kinds of dead sea salt beauty products. The beach itself is dirty and walking into the water needs caution due to the edgy salt crusts on the ground. The floating itself was quite impressive, as no matter which way you rotate you body it floats with no arm or leg movements required. Nevertheless, to me its heavily overrated and I ...
... of you floats up out of the water. Going in the pool afterward seemed like so much effort to move around. When I was in the Dead Sea I looked across to the western coast and thought it would be easy to swim across because you'd never have to worry about sinking. I wonder if anyone has ever attempted it, it's 9km across at that point. I guess you'd have to worry about what the salt would end up doing to your skin. When I got in I had no trouble - there was no ...