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... in Jordan. He's studying Sociology and Education near Frankfort. It's funny, I actually passed him in the cab this morning. He's leaving today though. But he was funny and super interesting too. I was asking about places to visit and see in Germany and other European countries, and to him it was like not big deal at all to just go wherever, whenever. America is so isolated; I never realized how frustrating it is until recently. Anyway,we had two Jordanian guides ...
... although I did overeat. Bugger. There were lots of dips/spreads (really nice presentation, with a dip in the middle filled with other bits). That would have been enough, but we went on to have meat - skewers, 1/2 a chicken, and another chicken dish. Yum, yum, yum.
Unfortunately for Emma, who was up this morning at 5.15, we didn't go straight to bed. Ron wandered off a good hour before Emma and ...
... friend spoke a little English and I explained that we were looking for a phone and could he point me in the right direction. He took me round the corner to a mobile phone shop. I thought he had misunderstood me at first, but he spoke to the shop owner who then gave me his mobile phone to make a call. It turned out that Jehad was at a different bus station, I couldn't explain to him where I was so the shop owner explained to him in arabic. The shop owner refused to accept ...
Baba ghanoush- a smoky eggplant appetizer eaten with bread
Maklouba- a Palestianian chicken dish with rice and
vegetables- interesting fact maklouba means upside down in Arabic, this refers
to how the dish is flipped over from the pot to the plate
Fasoulia- a green bean and red liquid dish served over rice
Kanafeh- famous Middle Eastern dessert made with sweet
Woah, so I just realized that I haven't posted here since the end of September! I have a mixture of excuse-- laziness, exhaustion, and the lack of internet at my house. I'm starting the last week of my adventure here in Amman, so I'll have to catch y'all up. Warning: There will be a lot of pictures!!!
Okay, now where do I start? About a week after my last post was the Muslim Holiday of Eid Al-Adha, which celebrates Ibrahim's ...