Arena Hotel Jordan
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... opportunity of
volunteering in Jordan because Foundation Outreach International, the
organization I am here through, is the same organization I went to
Zambia with last summer so I had gained trust in them. As I looked
into it further I found a few friends I had met in recent years had
also come to Jordan through the organization so I was able to learn
about their experiences.
The Middle East is ...
... the bag pipes actually came from the middle east they claim). The whole city was very well restored. There were a lot of columns. After our morning visit we headed back into Amman and we got off the bus and stayed in the city while some of the others did the optional trip out to the Dead Sea. We had decided against doing the Dead Sea trip in Jordan because they were asking for about £70 for the trip. We had looked at the Israel part of the trip and it ...
... time to think. They had a second meeting where the parents were in one room and they were alone in the next room and got to know each other. She told us he differed from her other suitors because he would admit he didn't know the answer to one of her questions instead of going around in a circle and because he had money but was very down to earth and humble. After the second meeting she said and I quote, "ok, no problem, we can get ...
Our first official tour day and we're off to the ancient city of Jerash, a well preserved Roman city. Walking through the old streets, we pass through Hadrian’s Gate and the Hippodrome before entering the Philadelphia Gate into the Forum. It was a very interesting refresher on Roman history as well as new information. The difference between Arab and Muslim – based on ethnic group, and religion, though I believe language is ...
... neither of us could pronounce) who soon had us at our hotel and was picking us up at 11am for a sightseeing tour of Amman, the capital. It was great to have a private tour guide, and Monty knew a lot about Jordanian history, plus we learned loads about life in Jordan and also how the current crises in Egypt and Syria are affecting things. Given it's location in the world (immediate neighbours include Egypt, Israel, Syria and Iraq), Jordan is quite stable and feels very safe. ...