Amman West Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
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... chubby man, who gladly rearranged tables for us before offering us drinks. 'We have alcohol drinks 10 JD' There is £1 to the Jordanian Dinar so we promptly left. '7JD' chubby man called after us. Still no. 7 quid for a drink in a brothel?? Does it come with any, erm, extras? Instead we found a streetside cafe and smoked shisha. Day two came and went with a visit to a church with a ...
... it so we basically stumbled on it.. Jesus baptism site.
You read correctly: Jesus' Baptism site.. where John the Baptist baptised Jesus!
For real! There! Can you believe it?
I know people are now thinking I am taking the **** by not writing about the earthquake but I am currently trying to salvage photos from others after the misfortune of having my bag half-inched so I know you are all thinking "The wee bugger is doing this deliberately!" Trust me you shall get your scoop.
I want to continue on with Jordan whilst it is still fresh in my mind having now just left yesterday sitting here back in sunny UK.
This was the day I went ...
... pomegranate sauce (only Emma, Ron and I had some, so I presume the others didn't fancy them. I thought it was the stand out dish. Wonderful. We also had fatoush, tahina salad, tabbouleh, shanklish, chicken wings, prawns, labneh with garlic, mashed potato dip with garlic, humus with meat, and probably others I haven't remembered. It was a delicious way to eat (although we didn't have mains, which would have been meat), as we all ate ...
... was extremely excited, and I loved every minute of the hike. I don't know how, since I'm not someone who likes to experience any hour after 12am, but I kept my spirits up the whole time. I think it was the challenge of getting to the top before sunrise that kept me going. I thought of it as a cross country race. It's hard, it's long, but it's worth it for the feeling in the end.
At the entrance a monk tied a string around each of our wrists, I'm pretty sure it represents long ...