Amman West Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
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... ve had two new chapters of vocabulary which is a crazy amount. I'm studying now for our final tomorrow morning, which I'm not looking forward to. After our formal final we have our spoken colloquial final which Chasity and I are doing a skit together for. Hopefully we'll be done early so I can come back to my house and pack up my clothes. I'll move to the hotel tomorrow ...
... the cousin of a sheik of a prestigious and wealthy Bedouin tribe who reside in the outskirts of Amman, I went along with him 4 of my other students into the back of a lifted pick up truck, into the desert. The partners cousins were our drivers. First stop was just off the highway outside the the city where one of the tribesman showed us a camel. I must say camels are a tad I'll tempered and less than sanitary, especially when they vomit which it did all over one of ...
... us all hungry.
Because it is Shabbat, we were unable to access our rooms as they will not undertake business dealings on the Sabbath. This created some difficulties, however we worked around them and changed our program around a bit.
Bro Nick and Sis Anna Barnes were in Israel for the weekend and we met with them to hold our Memorial Service which Bro Nigel ...
... an early night. We went to Cafe Social for tea. We had a selection of "teezers" and a nice fruit drink (sorry Ron, no alcohol here!), then headed off to Mega Mall for some souvenirs and a few bits from the supermarket, before racing home. Em headed to bed and I wanted to finish todays blog before going to bed. She's up very early, ready to be picked up for school at 6.15, so it's good to have an early night, as we've been going to bed a bit early.
... repeat what they said beforehand. Some things never change around the world.
After Dana, my time didn't pick until I arrived into Amman, where upon finally finding my hostel, I had signed up for a desert castles tour and was out the door to watch a free film about women's empowerment in Italian. This took the span of about 20 minutes but I was happy to be taken with the current a bid and before I had a chance to change out of my sweaty and bummy clothes, I ...