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After a very lazy start to the morning Paul and I put our sightseeing skills to the test. We had a few must see thing to do and see in order to tick Jordan off the list. First we headed towards the markets where we saw the variety of fresh produce and products they had on offer. After that we managed to stumble upon Nymphaeum which was once a large, two-storey complex with fountains, mosaics, stone carvings and possibly a 600 sq metre swimming pool. A ...
... pass your exam, dude? *&@#$#@$”
Scenario 4: at the border control counter, Israel
Staff: “How much money have you got in your bank account for you to spend in Israel?”
I: “xxx British Pounds.”
Staff: “Is it in your credit card?”
I: “Debit card.”
Staff: “What is debit card?”
I: “…….…… 230;…”
While I was ...
... the Cardo Maximus.
What' remains today of the mosaic map is amazing to see and I did take some photos of it that I hope to put on Facebook soon. As I stood there looking at it, it was hard to believe that such a detailed map existed during the time was created. And again, to know that it substantiates some of the sites referenced in the bible is fascinating.
As I left the City, I ran into one small shop and purchased a memento ...
... These trips are eye opening for many reasons, you learn about the country, the problems, challenges, and opportunities they face, and you are privileged to glean a small glimpse into the history and culture if different people's. But something else happens that does not happen on the ground back at the Capitol - you are together with your colleagues nearly every waking minute of every day for the entire week. During that time, you have ...
... on them. We had borrowed a Lonely Planet guide from the hostel and this was helpful in explaining what everything was. My favourite part was the horsedrawn carriages ferrying people up and down. You could hear their hooves approaching and the sound echoed through the whole area. It was very surreal. At the end of The Siq we rounded a corner and caught our first glimpse of The Treasury. It was like being in a movie, Indiana Jones perhaps. I took a million photos from ...